About the author

Daniel at Ankara Castle in Ankara, Turkey, Summer 2011

Daniel MacDonald is an Assistant Professor of Economics at California State San Bernardino (Fall 2013 - present). He specializes in research on labor economics, law and economics, and economic history. He graduated with a PhD in Economics from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in the Summer of 2013.

He can be reached at his professional email address at dmacdonald at csusb dot e d u.

His CV can be found here (pdf).

He has done research on the economic history of married women's property acts (publication, sole-authored) and labor supply in American history (draft under review, joint). He currently is working on a (joint) project on the effects of minimum wages on prices, and an extension (sole-authored) of his work on married women's property laws that estimates their effects on social relations in the household.

He is a committed and passionate teacher, offering courses in economic history (syllabus), labor economics (syllabus under reconstruction for Winter 2015), principles of microeconomics (syllabus), and tools of economic analysis (a statistical methods course, syllabus).