Stephanie Martin

Assistant Professor of Economics and Public Policy

stephanie@uaa.alaska.edu

Research: reasons for migration in the Arctic; effects of public policies on recidivism

  • Ph.D., Political Economy, University of Texas, Dallas, 2005.
  • Master of Planning, University of Southern California, 1985.
  • BA, Philosophy, Occidental College, Los Angeles, 1980.

Stephanie Martin joined the ISER faculty in 2005. Her research focuses on factors that affect people's decisions about moving out of or staying in remote Arctic communities and on how public policies affect the percentage of convicted felons who commit additional crimes after they are released.


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