Employment Research and Program Development Staff
|Fields of Interest
Labor Economics; Economics of Education
University of Michigan, 2002, Ph.D., Economics
University of Wisconsin at Madison, 1995, B.S. with honors, Economics
Research Economist, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2018-present
Director, National Longitudinal Surveys Program, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2015-2018
Research Economist, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2004-2015
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Cornell University, 2002-2004
- "Applying for and Receiving Unemployment Insurance Benefits during the Coronavirus Pandemic" (with Patrick Carey, Bradley Jensen, Thomas Krolik, and Anne Polivka), Monthly Labor Review, September 2021.
- "Storms and Jobs: The Effect of Hurricanes on Individuals' Employment and Earnings over the Long Term" (with Mark Kutzbach and Anne Polivka), Journal of Labor Economics, 38(3), July 2020, pp. 653-685. [Summary of paper, Monthly Labor Review, September 2020.]
- "Snooze or Lose: High School Start Times and Academic Achievement" (with Sabrina Wulff Pabilonia), Economics of Education Review, 72, October 2019, pp. 204-218. [Summary of paper, Monthly Labor Review, January 2020.]
- "Sources of Error in Survey and Administrative Data: The Importance of Reporting Procedures," Journal of Official Statistics, 28(2), June 2012, pp. 173-198.
- "Going Home after Hurricane Katrina: Determinants of Return Migration and Changes in Affected Areas" (with Anne Polivka), Demography, 47(4), November 2010, pp. 821-844.
Last Modified Date: March 22, 2022