Marieka M. Klawitter joined the Evans School faculty in 1990. Her research focuses on public policies that affect work and income, including studies of: the effects of asset-building policies, welfare policies, intra-household bargaining, and anti-discrimination policies for sexual orientation.
Klawitter teaches courses on public policy analysis, quantitative methods, program evaluation, asset-building for low income families, and sexual orientation and public policy.
Klawitter holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Wisconsin, and a MPP and AB in economics from the University of Michigan.
Areas of specialization
- PBAF 513: Public Policy Analysis
- PBAF 526: Program Evaluation
- PBAF 529: Advanced Multivariate Analysis
- PBAF 578: Asset Building