Daniel Mooney is assisting Professor Patrizio Piraino in exploring broad determinants of economic disadvantage in developing countries and microeconomic approaches to education and mental health resource development in low to middle-income countries. Mooney's contribution to Professor Piraino's work involves an in-depth investigation into the current state of mental health within low-income, informal settlements in South Africa. Through a microeconomic lens, Mooney is evaluating the most relevant psychological needs throughout the Global South as well as potential methods for psychological intervention within the region.

Global Affairs
International Economics
Glynn Family Honors Program