Michelle Marcus is an Assistant Professor in the Economics Department at Vanderbilt University. She is also a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research. She received my Ph.D. in Economics from Brown University, and works primarily in the areas of health economics, environmental economics, and applied microeconomics.
Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University
Brown University, Ph.D.
Miami University, M.A.
Testing the Water: Drinking Water Quality, Public Notification, and Child Outcomes, The Review of Economics and Statistics
The Role of Parallel Trends in Event Study Settings: An Application to Environmental Economics, Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists
Pollution at Schools and Children's Aerobic Capacity, Health Economics
Going Beneath the Surface: Petroleum Pollution, Regulation, and Health, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics
On the Road to Recovery: Gasoline Content Regulations and Child Health, Journal of Health Economics
Grants and Contracts
Transportation Economics in the 21st Century
National Bureau of Economic Research
Research Scholar Grant
American Cancer Society
American Economic Association
Association of Environmental and Resource Economists