Crime and Incarceration; Race, Class and Gender; Political Economy; History of Economic Thought; Economic History

Assistant Professor Geert Dhondt teaches courses on the Economic Analysis of Crime, Intermediate Microeconomics and, introductory economics. His main fields of interests are the Economics of Crime and Incarceration, Political Economy, Race, Class and Gender, Economic History, and History of Economic Thought. His research currently focuses on the empirical relationship between incarceration rates and crime rates for which he received a grant from the National Institute of Justice.

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Crime vs. Class

Video | Sep 6, 2023

Unveiling the U.S. Prison System

Tomorrow’s Detroits & Detroit’s Tomorrows

Event Conference Race & Economics | Nov 11–12, 2016

Economics has a race problem.