Michael Dorsch is an applied economist whose research and teaching interests are mainly in public economics and political economics. Michael's current research program investigates the political economy of distortionary economic policy, with a particular interest in the role of political and economic inequality. His work has appeared in highly ranked journals in the fields of economics, political science, and sociology.
In 2018/19, Michael is teaching Public Choice, Public Sector Economics, and Applied Regression Analysis in the School of Public Policy. He is also contributing to the university wide course Social Justice Frameworks in Action.