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Benjamin Glasner

Ph.D. Candidate
Ben Glasner is a 5th year PhD candidate in the Evans School Ph.D. program in Public Policy and Management. His research is focused on the study of nonstandard work arrangements, including self-employment, independent contracting, spot market work, multiple jobholding, and online gig work. I explore the overlap between labor economics and public policy. He received both the NASPAA Staats Emerging Scholars Award and the Pi Alpha Alpha Doctoral Manuscript Award.
B.A. in Economics, Vassar College, 2016
Studied Abroad, Stockholm School of Economics, 2015
Labor Economics
Community Economic Development
Economic Structural Change

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Jacob L. Vigdor

Professor of Public Policy & Governance
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Caroline Weber

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Assistant Professor, Martin School, University of Kentucky

Anirban Basu

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Stergachis Family Endowed Director & Professor of Health Economics
The Affordable Care Act, Alternative Work Arrangements, and the Gig Economy

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