Daniel Hubbard

Daniel Hubbard

Research Interests: labor economics, economics of education, development economics

Contact: danieldh@umich.edu

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Daniel Hubbard is a doctoral student in the economics department at the University of Michigan. His current projects include an evaluation of the effects of plant closings on college attendance and choice in Michigan and a study of the factors contributing to teachers' decisions to change jobs. He previously earned a bachelor degree in economics and Spanish from the University of Michigan in 2010. Before returning to Ann Arbor, he worked as a research coordinator at Columbia Business School's Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate.

Research Projects

Publications

  • "The Impact of Local Labor Market Shocks on Education Outcomes: Evidence from Plant Closings in Michigan". Working paper.
  • "What Makes Teachers Leave Their Jobs? An Analysis of Teacher Mobility in Michigan", with Kolby Gadd and Brian Jacob. Work in progress.