Labor Economics, Economics of Education, Consumer and Household Finance, Urban Economics
Daniel Mangrum is a research economist in Equitable Growth Studies within the Household and Public Policy Research Division. His research interests include Labor Economics, Education Economics, and Consumer Finance. His current research focuses on understanding how policies affect the financial and labor market decisions of households such as investments in education, debt accumulation and repayment, and the effectiveness of financial education. He also studies how economic agents interact in urban settings and how technology affects urban infrastructure. Daniel received his Ph.D. in Economics from Vanderbilt University in June 2020.
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