Dr. Esposto is an Associate Professor of Economics and Graduate Advisor at Eastern Michigan University. He joined the faculty in 1990. He holds a Ph.D. from Temple University and a J.D. from Temple University School of Law. His major areas of academic interest are Law and Economics, Public Choice, and Health Economics. He teaches classes in Law and Economics, Labor Economics, Health Economics and Intermediate Microeconomics. He also teaches the Microeconomics half of the Principles of Economics sequence.

Esposto's main teaching and research interests are the political economy of law, the law and economics of healthcare, and game theory. His publications include articles in the Journal of Economic History, Public Choice, the Journal of European Economic History, Applied Economics Letters, the Atlantic Economic Journal, Constitutional Political Economy, and the European Journal of Law and Economics.

By Dr. Alfredo G. Esposto

Mandatory Reporting of Medical Errors: Sound Prescription or Policy Malpractice?

Proposed new government mandates on doctors and hospitals could actually harm patients by making care less accessible. … more