Assistant professor of economics, University of South Florida

Joshua Wilde is an assistant professor of economics at the University of South Florida. His research mainly focuses on the intersection of demography and macroeconomics in the developing world. However, while mush of his work deals with the macroeconomic effects of fertility decline, he also in actively engaged in research on the intersections of family structure, fertility, infant and maternal health, and economic outcomes of individuals in the short and long run. He holds a PhD in economics from Brown University.

Experience

  • –present
    Assistant professor, University of South Florida