Ph.D., Michigan State University
M.A., Michigan State University
B.A., West Virginia University
Keith Teltser is an applied microeconomist, primarily using quasi-experimental methods to study policy-relevant questions within the areas of public and health economics.
His recent research topics of interest include studying (i) how technological, policy, and other supply/demand shocks affect the outcomes of organ transplant candidates, (ii) the impacts of Airbnb-related policy shocks on short-term and long-term housing markets, (iii) the effects of ridesharing on alcohol consumption and other health-related outcomes, (iv) how moral attitudes and efficiency concerns shape public support for contentious policies, and (v) the relationships between cigarette taxes, smoking, and obesity. His research has been published in leading economics journals including the Review of Economics and Statistics, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, and Journal of Health Economics.
Keith Teltser joined the Department of Economics at Georgia State University in 2019. Prior to joining GSU, Dr. Teltser was an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Louisville. He earned his PhD and MA in economics from Michigan State University, and his BA in economics and philosophy from West Virginia University.