Sharon Maccini is a lecturer of public policy and director of the Ford School's BA program. She has taught courses in public health, public finance, behavioral economics and applied microeconomics to MPP and BA students. As a health economist, her overarching interest is the evaluation of public health policies. Sharon's research has focused on the impact of decentralization on health outcomes and public health, and the role of environmental conditions at birth on health and socioeconomic status in adulthood. Sharon holds a BA in political science from Brown University and a PhD in health policy from Harvard University.
BA, Political Science, Brown University
PhD, Health Policy, Harvard University