Office: Braniff 14
Economics Department, University of Dallas
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
Wednesday 1:00 - 3:00 PM, or by appointment
B.S., Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University
M.S. & Ph.D, Economics, University of Texas at Dallas
Economics Required Courses
Economics Elective Courses
I am an economist specializing in interdisciplinary applications of urban, health, and behavioral economics. Much of my work explores the dynamics and implications of urban housing markets.
Leonard, T., Jha, N., Zhang, L. (In Press). Neighborhood Price Externalities of Foreclosure Rehabilitation: An Examination of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program. Empirical Economics.
Leonard, T., Hughes, A.E., Pruitt, S.L. (In Press). Understanding how low-socioeconomic status households cope with health shocks: An analysis of multi-sector linked data. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
Leonard, T. 2016. Housing Upkeep and Public Good Provision in Residential Neighborhoods. Housing Policy Debate. 1-21.
Leonard, T., Powell-Wiley, T.M., Ayers, C. Murdoch, J.C., Yin, Wenyuan, Pruitt, S.L. 2016. Property Values as a Measure of Neighborhoods— An Application of Hedonic Price Theory. Epidemiology. 27(4): 518-524
Zhang L, Leonard T, Murdoch JC. 2016. Time and Distance Heterogeneity in the Neighborhood Spillover Effects of Foreclosed Properties. Housing Studies. 31(2): 133-148.
Leonard, T., L. Zhang, C. Hoehner. 2015. Variations in Park Facility Valuations across Neighborhoods. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy. 8(1): 45-67.
Pruitt, S.L., Leonard, T., Murdoch, J., Hughes, A., McQueen, A., Gupta, S. 2014. Neighborhood effects in a behavioral randomized controlled trial. Health and Place. 30:293-300.
Zhang, L., T. Leonard. 2014. Neighborhood Impact of Foreclosure: A Quantile Regression Approach. Journal of Regional Science and Urban Economics. 48, 133-143.
Dr. Leonard is the co-director of the Community Assistance Research (CARE) initiative. Additionally, she collaborates with the UT Southwestern Center for Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) to harness Electronic Medical Records through their Large Database Analysis Cluster for research to improve health outcomes.