Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Notre Dame
Wyatt Brooks is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Notre Dame. His research focuses on international trade, macroeconomics and development economics. He studies the effects of misallocation across firms, and the implications of firm-level distortions on aggregate outcomes. He has conducted fieldwork in Nicaragua and Kenya, and studies industrial policy in China.
Recent work by Wyatt Brooks
New bridges generated a 19% internal rate of return by mitigating the loss of wage income due to floods and inducing spillovers on farm productivity
Entrepreneurs with mentors enjoy an increase in profits and manage supplier costs better. Mentorship is also more cost effective than business...