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Philip E. GravesRichard Mansfield
Assistant Professor

Office: Econ 4B

Fax: 303.492.8960
Dept. Phone: 303.735.5500
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Labor Economics • Economics of Education • Public Economics

Current Research Interests:
School and neighborhood effects on adult earnings and educational outcomes, US geographic labor market Integration and the incidence of local labor market policies, estimation of two-sided matching games and equilibrium sorting models in the labor market and education system contexts, forecasting the future evolution of race- and gender-specific lifetime earnings distributions.

• National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)

Short CV

PhD–Economics, Yale University, 2012
MA–Economics, Yale University, 2008
BA–Economics, Harvard University, 2005