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I am an Assistant Research Professor of Economics in the Economics Department at the University of Notre Dame and the Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities (LEO). In May 2022, I received a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University, where I was advised by Lawrence Katz, Edward Glaeser, Andrei Shleifer, and Desmond Ang.
I work primarily on topics in labor and public economics related to economic mobility, racial inequality, and poverty alleviation. I have examined the end of stop-and-frisk in NYC on neighborhood crime and high school dropout rates, racial bias in officers' stopping decisions, and civic responses to police violence.
Currently, I'm working on a number of randomized impact evaluations that explore the following questions:
I have also been a Stone Scholar in Harvard's Inequality & Social Policy Program, an NSF Graduate Research Fellow, and a Horowitz Foundation Awardee.
If you'd like to learn more about me, you can find my CV here.
If you'd like to connect, shoot me an email at jtebes at nd.edu or find me on Twitter @jonathan_tebes.