Logan Lee, Assistant Professor, received a B.A in Economics and Government from Augustana University and an M.S. and Ph.D in Economics from the University of Oregon. Professor Lee teaches courses in behavioral and experiment economics, the economics of crime, and econometrics. Much of his research focuses on prisoners' responses to policy changes designed to improve prisoner behavior and reduce recidivism rates. In addition, Professor Lee studies labor market discrimination and arenas not traditionally studied by economists. In recent projects, these have included marathons, horse racing, and Somali piracy.