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About Jennifer Trudeau

Jennifer Trudeau, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Business Economics at Sacred Heart University. Dr. Trudeau’s primary research is in the field of health economics with a focus on infant and maternal health. Her research has explored a range of factors that influence individual behaviors and health outcomes, ranging from sun exposure, to media depictions of teen pregnancy, to insurance mandates contained within health care reform. She has presented her research at conferences including the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management, the American Society of Health Economists and the Eastern Economics Association meetings. Her work has been published in the International Review of Administrative Sciences, the International Journal of Public Administration, and the Southern Economic Journal.
Degrees: Ph.D., University of New Hampshire; MA, University of New Hampshire; BS, Fairfield University.

Positions

August 2014 Present Assistant Professor Business Economics, Sacred Heart University Business Economics, Jack Welch College of Business
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Honors and Awards

  • SHU University Research and Creativity Grant
  • SHU Scholarly Recognition Award for Articles 2016/2017

Courses

  • Principles of Microeconomics
  • Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Managerial Economics
  • Health Economics

Education

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2014 Ph.D. Economics, University of New Hampshire
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May 2010 M.A. Economics, University of New Hampshire
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20052009 B.S. Economics, Fairfield University
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Contact Information

Economics
Martire Center W327
Jack Welch College of Business
203-371-7953

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