Katherine Michelmore is an associate professor of public policy at the University of Michigan's Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy. Previously, she was assistant professor of public administration and international affairs at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School. She was an Institute of Education Sciences (IES) postdoctoral fellow at the Ford School’s Education Policy Initiative from 2014-2016, working with Susan Dynarski and Brian Jacob on issues surrounding inequality in education. Katherine completed her PhD in policy analysis and management at Cornell University. Her dissertation focused on the impacts of the earned income tax credit on education and employment outcomes of children of EITC recipients. She holds a BA in economics and psychology from Wesleyan University. Prior to obtaining her PhD, Katherine was a research assistant at the Urban Institute. Her research interests include family policy, education policy, social demography, and inequality.
- PhD in policy analysis and management, Cornell University
- BA in economics and psychology, Wesleyan University
- Education policy
- Social demography
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Mar 15, 2021
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