MS, University of Texas, 2000
BS, Texas A&M University, 1997
Lecturer & Undergraduate Advisor
Department of Economics
Office hours, Spring 2013: Mondays & Wednesdays 12-2
Stephen Lich-Tyler is the undergraduate advisor and a lecturer in the economics department. He regularly teaches statistics, econometrics, and labor economics. Dr. Lich-Tyler's research interests are household and family economics, intertemporal behavior, labor economics, and applied microeconometrics. He is currently studying how people learn about the long-term suitability of potential mates in the marriage market, issues of commitment and specialization in joint household decision-making, and how to recover individual preferences from household demands.
Dr. Lich-Tyler is originally from the most excellent state of Texas, where he did his undergraduate and graduate studies. He has held visiting and tenure-track positions at the University of Michigan, Copenhagen University, and the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México before coming to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2006.For information about advising in economics: click here.
Curriculum vitae: Apr. 2013
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