Dr. Marie Hull
Department of Economics
Research Areas: Applied Microeconomics, Labor Economics, Economics of Education
Dr. Marie C. Hull is an Assistant Professor of Economics at The University of North Carolina – Greensboro and a Research Affiliate at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA). Her research interests span the economics of education, labor economics, and public economics. A broad theme in her work is how different family backgrounds lead to inequality in educational outcomes. She is also interested in how technology interventions can improve student learning.
Dr. Hull earned a BA in Economics, Mathematics, and Spanish, from the University of Kansas in 2009 and graduated from Duke University with a PhD in Economics in 2015.
Research and Awards
The time-varying role of the family in student time use and achievement
IZA Journal of Labor Economics
The academic progress of Hispanic immigrants
Economics of Education Review
Exploring the Racial Divide in Education and the Labor Market through Evidence from Interracial Families
Arcidiacono, P., Beauchamp, A., Sanders, S.
Journal of Human Capital
One-to-One Technology and Student Outcomes: Evidence From Mooresville’s Digital Conversion Initiative
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis
Volume 41, Issue 1, pg 79-97
The Skill Development of Children of Immigrants
Redesigning Online Courses: The Impact of Project COMPASS
Edmunds, Juli; Gicheva, Dora; Bray, Jeremy; Thrift, Beth
What divides the first and second generations? Educational inputs and outputs for children of immigrants
Public Insurance Coverage and Child Development: Evidence from Medicaid and CHIP Expansions
The gender gap in Advanced Placement course participation
New Faculty Grant
New Faculty Grant