Scott Cunningham is an associate professor of economics at Baylor University. He specializes in the economics of crime and risky behaviors. His previous research has studied illicit and illegal markets, such as modern-day prostitution markets and domestic methamphetamine markets. He is currently studying the impact of mass incarceration on crime rates and marriage market outcomes. Additionally, Dr. Cunningham organizes the economics research seminar series at Baylor (here). In his spare time, he enjoys running marathons, spending time with his wife, Paige, and their three children, Miles, Willow and Ren.