Caitlin Myers
Warner Hall 502E
(802) 443-5985
Office Hours
TR 11:30-12:30

Caitlin Knowles Myers joined the Economics faculty in the fall of 2005. She teaches courses in empirical methods and urban economics, and supervises senior research. Professor Myers’ research examines issues related to gender, race, and the economy, with particular focus on the effects of reproductive policies.  Her work been published in journals including the Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Labor EconomicsJournal of Human Resources, and Journal of Public Economics. It also has been featured by media outlets such as The New York TimesThe New YorkerSalonVice, and Vox.

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ECON 0211 - Regression Analysis
ECON 0212 - Empirical Economic Research
ECON 0275 - Urban Economics
ECON 0500 - Individual Special Project
ECON 0701 - Senior Research Workshop I
ECON 0702 - Senior Research Workshop II
ECON 1230 - DataScience Across Disciplines
FYSE 1490 - Unplanned Parenthood
IPEC 0700 - Intl.Pol.&Economics SR. Thesis

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