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Areas of Expertise (3)

Labor Economics

Worker-firm Matching

Discrimination

About

Conrad Miller is an Assistant Professor at Berkeley Haas and a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research.

Education (3)

MIT: PhD, Economics 2014

Stanford University: BA, Economics 2009

Stanford University: BS, Mathematics 2009

Honors & Awards (4)

American Economic Journal Best Paper Award

2018

W.E. Upjohn Institute Dissertation Award

Co-winner
2014

Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship

2013 – 2014

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

2009 – 2012

Positions Held (1)

At Haas since 2015

2015 – present, Assistant Professor, Haas School of Business
2014 – 2015, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Industrial Relations Section, Princeton University

Media Appearances (1)

Can temporary affirmative action policies have lasting effects?

American Economic Association  

2017-07-17

Author Conrad Miller studies firms that served as federal contractors between 1978 and 2004 and fell under the purview of Executive Order 11246. This sample includes a range of companies, from a major defense contractor building fighter jets for the U.S. Air Force to a small family-owned company providing janitorial services at a local Bureau of Land Management office...

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Selected Papers & Publications (6)

Racial Divisions and Criminal Justice: Evidence from Southern State Courts American Economic Journal: Economic Policy (Conditionally Accepted)

Benjamin Feigenberg and Conrad Miller

April 2020

The Persistent Effect of Temporary Affirmative Action American Economic Journal: Applied Economics

Conrad Miller

2017

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Racial Profiling in Motor Vehicle Searches: Is There An Equity-Efficiecy Tradeoff? Working Paper

Benjamin Feigenberg and Conrad Miller

April 2020

Integration Costs and Missing Women in Firms Working Paper

Conrad Miller, Jennifer Peck, and Mehmet Seflek

March 2020

Firm Sorting, Field of Study, and the Gender Earnings Gap Working Paper

Cristobal Huneeus, Federico Huneeus, Conrad Miller, Chistopher Neilson, and Seth Zimmerman

April 2020

When Work Moves: Job Suburbanization and Black Employment Working Paper

Conrad Miller

2018

Teaching (2)

Data and Decisions

EWMBA 200S

Data and Decisions

UGBA 88