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Sarah Kroeger

Assistant Professor
 Bolton Hall 818

Degrees

PhD, Boston University
MA, Boston University
BA, The College of William and Mary

Research Interests

Labor Economics, Inequality, Economics of the Family

Current Projects

“The Contribution of Offshoring to the Convexification of the U.S. Wage Distribution”
“The Role of Gender in Income Mobility: Evidence from the NLSY79”
“Assisted Reproductive Technology and Women’s Choice to Pursue Professional Degrees” (with Giulia La Mattina)

Selected Publications

Kroeger, S., & Thompson, O. (2016). “Educational Mobility across Three Generations of American Women,” Economics of Education Review, Forthcoming.

Kroeger, S. (2015) “Why has the College Gender Gap Grown?” Research in Labor Economics 42: 159-203.

Thompson, O., & Kroeger, S. A. (2016, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). Educational Mobility across Three Generations of American Women. Economics of Education Review, 53, 72-86.