Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Service
Michael Suher is a Research Fellow at the NYU Furman Center. His fields of interest include urban and real estate economics, mortgage finance, and public economics. He completed his B.A. in Physics at Duke University and his Ph.D. in Economics at Brown University. Prior to his doctoral studies he worked as an assistant economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Microeconomics for Public Management, Planning, and Policy Analysis
The primary purpose of the microeconomics core course is to enable you to use microeconomic thinking, concepts and tools in your professional public service work. Accomplishing this also requires refreshing and strengthening your quantitative skills.