Brady Horn is an applied micro-economist with a focus in public economics and applied econometrics. His main area of specialization is risky health behavior. A large portion of his research is dedicated to evaluating applied health programs, and he is particularly interested in the healthcare safety net and disadvantaged populations. As a researcher in New Mexico, there are many important and complicated health issues confronting our populations, including crime, substance abuse, and health disparities. To address these issues Horn has worked with researchers from many other disciplines including: law, psychology, medicine, engineering, and criminal justice. He has evaluated a number of programs in a number of different areas including drug courts, interventions for risky sexual behavior, telemedicine programs and care management for high-cost medically complex patients. Horn is also increasingly interested in empirical methods used to understand incentives and/or behavior when market data is not available or when traditional identification strategies do not work (e.g., surveys, changes in property values and/or voting behavior). He is particularly interested in the secondary impacts and unintended consequences of policies that are intended to mitigate risky health behavior.