Muhammad Husain, Adjunct Faculty
Muhammad M. Husain is a Lecturer of Economics at Johns Hopkins University. His research interests are Labor economics, Urban economics and Migration. His research has been published by The IZA Journal of Labor Economics and Southern Economic Journal. Prior to joining Hopkins, he was a faculty member at Emory University. Husain has also taught at Georgia State University. He received the Theodore C Boyden Excellence in Teaching Economics award while teaching as a graduate student at Georgia State University. He has taught both Microeconomics and Econometrics at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Husain has worked at Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies. He earned his PhD at the Georgia State University.