Allison Luedtke Assistant Professor of Economics



Ph.D. Economics, University of Virginia
M.A. Economics, University of Virginia
B.A. Mathematics, The College of William & Mary


Areas of Expertise:
Network Economics, Macroeconomics, Mathematical Economics


Courses I Teach:
EC 311 Macroeconomic Theory
EC 391 Introduction to Econometrics

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My research focuses on how the links formed between economic actors (people, firms, countries, etc.) combine to form networks and how these networks play a role in the macroeconomy.

Awards & Recognition

Awards and Fellowships:

The Jefferson Fellowship
The Bankard Pre-Doctoral Fellowship
Tomorrow’s Professor Today Teaching Fellowship



American Economic Association
Phi Beta Kappa
Pi Mu Epsilon (Mathematics Honor Society)

Recent News

Allison Luedtke joined Saint Michael’s College at the start of fall semester as tenure-track faculty in economics.
(posted January 2019)