Interests: Health economics, environmental economics, regulation, substance abuse, access to care

Hollingsworth is a health economist who examines how regulations affect public health with interests in population health, environmental economics, substance abuse, and access to care.

Hollingsworth teaches courses on statistics, health regulation, and an overview of the U.S. health care system.

Areas: Health outcomes; air pollution; environmental regulations; substance abuse


  • Social Health
  • Energy Policy
  • Methods, Econometrics, & Data Management
  • Policy Analysis


Environmental Policy, Public Administration
PhD, University of Arizona, Economics, 2015
MA, University of Arizona, Economics, 2011
BA, Miami University, Diplomacy and Foreign Affairs, 2009
BS, Miami University, Quantitative Economics, 2009