Ofer Sharone

Associate Professor of Sociology · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Ofer Sharone is a nationally recognized expert on unemployment, work and career transitions.

Unemployment Career Transitions Sociology of Work Sociology of Aspirations American Society

Gregory DeFreitas

Professor of Economics, Director of the Center for the Study of Labor and Democracy · Hofstra University

Prof. DeFreitas is an expert on labor studies.

Labor Economics Research Methods Urban Economics Microeconomics African Economic Development

Arindrajit Dube

Provost Professor of Economics · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Arin Dube’s research focuses on labor economics, fiscal policy, minimum wage policies, income inequality and the economics of conflict.

Unemployment Benefits Public Finance Labor Economics Fiscal Policy Minimum Wage Policies

Fred Carstensen, Ph.D.

Professor · University of Connecticut

Professor Fred Carstensen is an expert in the areas of public policy, economic history and economics.

Finance Public Policy Economic History Economics

Kerri Raissian, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Public Policy · University of Connecticut

Public administration expert, focusing on child and family policy

The impact of early childhood investments on child well-being Role of policy in family violence and contraception subsidies How policy generates family complexity, data collection and decision making in the child protective system

James G. Devine

Professor Emeritus of Economics · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Macroeconomics Money and Banking U.S. Economic History Political Economics Labor Economics

Jeff Haymond, Ph.D.

Dean, School of Business Administration/Associate Professor · Cedarville University

Research interests include economics and religion, as well as monetary theory

Financial Markets (General) Federal Trade Reserve Policy Free Trade Minimum Wage / Unemployment Government Regulation

Virginia Parks

Professor of Urban Planning and Public Policy · UC Irvine

Virginia Parks, PhD, is a geographer and urban planner specializing in the study of urban inequality.

Clean Energy Transition Urban Politics and Policy Racial Inequality Employment Local Economic Development

Tammy Schirle

Associate Professor of Economics · Wilfrid Laurier University

Associate Professor of Economics & Director of the Laurier Centre for Economic Research and Policy Analysis

Applied Econometrics Economics of Gender Economics of Aging Public economics Labour Economics

Edward M. Feasel, PhD

Vice President for Academic Affairs, Chief Academic Officer, Professor of Economics · Soka University

Professor Feasel is responsible for academic affairs at Soka University.

Foreign Aid Economic Growth Economic outcomes and societal values Foreign aid, international trade and foreign direct investment Orange County Economy

Rachel Arnow-Richman

Chair/Professor · University of Florida

Rachel Arnow-Richman teaches and publishes in the areas of employment law and contracts.

Commercial Law Employment Law and Discrimination Contracts Labor Law

Cliff Broman

Professor of Sociology · Michigan State University

An expert in substance abuse, drinking among youth, mental health and stress, race and ethnicity, and family studies.

Mental Health Racial Inequality Health & Disease Families Race Culture and Ethnicity

Emily Bianchi

Goizueta Foundation Term Associate Professor of Organization & Management · Emory University, Goizueta Business School

Economic Conditions and Early Adulthood Job Attitudes Moral Behavior Economic Conditions and Psychology Organizational Behavior

Robert Rycroft

Professor of Economics · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Rycroft focuses on the economics of inequality, poverty and discrimination.

Political Science Economic Analysis Editing Finance and Economics Political Economy

Jasmine Kerrissey

Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of the Labor Center · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Jasmine Kerrissey is an expert on labor movements, work and inequality

Worker Strikes Labor Studies Labor Movements Social Movements and Collective Behavior Political Sociology of Health

Jay Zagorsky

Research Scientist | Center for Human Resource Research · The Ohio State University

Research and data collection expert, focusing on the wealth and income of Americans

National Longitudinal Surveys Data Collection Human Resources Economic Theory

John T. Harvey

Professor · Texas Christian University

Dr. Harvey's research focuses on exchange rates, business cycles, and contemporary economic schools of thought.

Contemporary Economic Schools of Thought Macroeconomics Exchange Rates Business Cycles

LeaAnne DeRigne, MSW, Ph.D.

Associate Professor · Florida Atlantic University

LeaAnne DeRigne's area of research expertise is in paid sick leave, flexible work, vacation time, and pensions.

vacation time Pensions Health Care Policy Labor Market Participation Sick Leave

Yi Chen

Henry J. Leir Chair in Healthcare and Associate Professor · New Jersey Institute of Technology

Professor Chen focuses on cutting-edge database, data mining and machine learning techniques with applications in business and health care

Information Integration Big Data Machine Learning Management Healthcare

Johannes M. Bauer

Quello Chair in Media and Information Policy and Director, James H. and Mary B. Quello Center · Michigan State University

Expert in the digital economy, including digital innovation, information and media policy, Internet governance including net neutrality

Media Economics Media Policy Net Neutrality Information Policy Digital Economy