Personal Page: https://www.albany.edu/~am755146/
Fields of Interest: Macroeconomics, Labor Economics
Adrian Masters is a professor of economics and is currently the Chair of the Department of Economics. His research focuses on applications of search and matching theory. The approach recognizes that most economic interactions occur between small numbers of individuals who may have difficulty finding each other. He has used this approach to study labor markets, marriage, intermediation and the role of money in society. He teaches macroeconomics at all levels and undergraduate labor economics.