Daniel Putman is a postdoctoral fellow in Consumer Protection using administrative datasets to conduct market monitoring and inform financial protection solutions. In other research, he draws on social network analysis to better understand risk management, adoption and use of ICTs, and financial inclusion in developing countries. He holds a BA in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and an MS in Agricultural & Resource Economics from the University of California, Davis where he is currently finishing his PhD.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Consumer Protection Initiative
Financial Inclusion Program