Our research program is empirically driven, and relies on microeconometric techniques to study important microeconomic issues in the areas of labor economics, health economics, family economics, and the economics of education. Particular emphasis is paid to the analysis of existing policies and policy changes, and the identification of causal mechanisms by which these policies affect people at the individual, microeconomic, level. In many cases these individual effects are also informative about policies at the aggregate, macroeconomic, level.

ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION

HEALTH ECONOMICS

FAMILY ECONOMICS

 

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