Ph.D, Economics

The Ohio State University


Daniel Westbrook joined the Economic Faculty at Georgetown University in 1978. His research interests are applied micro econometrics in economic development, particularly on issues in Vietnam. Professor Westbrook teaches courses in Economic Statistics and Econometrics, and micro principles. He has also lectured at the National Economics University in Hanoi, Vietnam, and at the Fulbright Economics Program in Ho Chi Minh City. Dr. Westbrook is known for his work in impact evaluation using econometric methodology. His application of sophisticated methodology in the impact evaluation of Program 135 Phase II is indispensable to the project’s success.

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