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Kirk DoranKirk Doran

Associate Professor of Economics
(PhD, Princeton University)
438 Flanner Hall

Geographic focus: International, Mexico

Thematic interests: Labor economics, development economics, applied microeconomics.

Current research: Applied microeconomics with a focus on labor markets, developing economies, and behavioral labor supply. How substitution of adult labor for child labor in rural Mexico can mitigate welfare losses from a ban on child labor.




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