Paul Hufe

Paul Hufe is an economist working at the intersection of public, labor, and normative economics.

His research agenda is driven by two main objectives. First, he aims to strengthen the methodological toolkit to quantify the extent of inequality of opportunity in current societies. Second, he studies which circumstantial life factors cause the unequal distribution of life chances.

Christopher Taber

After being at Northwestern University since 1995, Christopher Taber joined the University of Wisconsin--Madison faculty in Fall 2007 as the Richard A. Meese Chair of Applied Econometrics. His research focuses on the development and implementation of econometric models of skill formation. His work on economics of education includes studies of the effectiveness of Catholic schools and of voucher programs, the importance of borrowing constraints in college going decisions, and general equilibrium models of the labor market.

Pedro Carneiro

Pedro Carneiro is a Reader (Associate Professor) in the Department of Economics at University College London, a Research Economist at the Centre of Microdata Methods and Practice, and a Research Fellow at the Institute for Fiscal Studies. Carneiro is a labor economist working on the determinants and consequences of skill formation, in developed and developing countries.

He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago, where he was supervised by James Heckman.

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