Eva Dziadula, PhD
Assistant Professor of the Practice
University of Notre Dame
447 Flanner Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556
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My research interests include the determinants of citizenship among the foreign born in the United States, country-specific human capital, fertility of the foreign born in the United States, gender preference and assimilation of Asian immigrants, and child labor. I am actively involved in research with the Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development.
I received my Ph.D. and M. A. from the University of Illinois at Chicago and my B.A. from Lake Forest College. I previously taught Principles of Microeconomics, Principles of Macroeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Statistics, Labor Economics, Health Economics, and Senior Research Project for International Economics majors. Prior to Notre Dame, I taught at Lake Forest College, University of Illinois at Chicago, and Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (Baltimore and Hong Kong), receiving an award for teaching excellence.
I chose Notre Dame because it is the perfect combination of a liberal arts school focusing on individual students and a big research university. I was born in the Czech Republic and my family still lives there. I have two teenage boys and we love being part of the Notre Dame family. Go Irish!
Labor economics, Economic demography, Health Economics
Determinants of citizenship among the foreign born in the United States, Country-specific human capital, Fertility of the foreign born in the United States, Gender preference and assimilation of immigrants, Child Labor
Macroeconomics, Statistics, Labor economics, Economic demography, Health
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