Professor Daniel Murphy joined the Global Economies and Markets area in the
Summer of 2013 after receiving his PhD in Economics and Public Policy at the
University of Michigan. Daniel’s work focuses on the nature of consumer
demand and its implications for market outcomes. His research addresses
issues in international and macroeconomics, including the determinants of
cross-country price differences, the causes of fluctuations in the price of
crude oil, and the consequences of asymmetric economic growth.
to joining Darden, Daniel was a National Hunger Fellow and a research associate
at the Urban Institute.