Dr. Carter is an Assistant Professor and a researcher in the Office of Economic and Manpower Analysis. Dr. Carter completed her B.S. in Mathematical Economics from Wake Forest University in 2006 and her PhD in Economics from Vanderbilt University in 2012. Her doctoral dissertation was on the use of payday loans and pawnshops, and she has continued this research at West Point while expanding into other areas of applied microeconomics. Dr. Carter won the Murdy Award for Teaching Excellence from the Department of Social Sciences at West Point in the spring of 2013.
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