Mike Cassidy is a postdoc at the Center for Health and Wellbeing at Princeton University. He is an applied microeconomist whose research spans labor, public, and urban economics, with particular emphases on welfare, education, and health. His current work focuses on homeless families, while his overall research agenda endeavors to understand how people make decisions and how social policy, broadly construed, can help them make better ones. He is on the job market in 2023-24.
PhD, Economics, 2020
MPA, Economics and Public Policy, with distinction, 2014
BA, Communication and Political Science, summa cum laude, 2007
University of Pennsylvania