Lorin’s research interests include the economic impact of environmental degradation in extractive resources, and household economic resiliency to catastrophic events. Before studying at the University of Arizona, he worked as a Practice Transition Coordinator and Statistician at a medical clinic in Tucson. Lorin plans to pursue a Ph.D. in environmental and resource economics after completing the degree in AREC.
- B.A. Mathematics & Political Science, University of Florida
- Understanding Households Resilience to and Recovery from COVID-19 in Sub-Saharan Africa