Ph.D., Economics, University of Wisconsin
M.P.P. University of Michigan

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.

Professional Title: 
Public Policy Analysis
Social Policy: Family economics and low income families
Gender and Sexual Orientation Policy
Courses taught: 
  • PBAF 513: Public Policy Analysis
  • PBAF 526: Program Evaluation
  • PBAF 529: Advanced Multivariate Analysis
  • PBAF 578: Asset Building