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Deborah Rho

Associate Professor

Data Analytics

  • Education
  • Ph.D., Duke University, Economics

    M.A., Duke University, Economics

    B.S., University of Southern California, Economics/Mathematics

  • Research Interests
  • Labor economics, economics of immigration, economics of discrimination, economics demography, applied mathematics

“The Effect of the 2016 United States Presidential Election on Employment Discrimination,” with Marina Mileo Gorzig, Journal of Population Economics, forthcoming.

“Race, Religion, & Immigration: Experimental Evidence from the Labor Market,” joint with Marina Mileo Gorzig, Journal of Economics, Race, and Policy, forthcoming.

“Immigrant Earnings Assimilation in the United States: A Panel Analysis,” joint with Seth Sanders, Journal of Labor Economics, January 2021, 39(1), 37-78.

“Police Stops and Searches of Indigenous People in Minneapolis: The Roles of Race, Place, and Gender,” joint with Marina Mileo Gorsuch, International Indigenous Policy Journal 2019, 10(3).