Elizabeth Kaletski

Associate Professor, Economics
School: School of Humanities and Sciences
Phone: 607-274-3259
Office: 421 Muller Faculty Center
Speciality: Labor and Development Economics

Prior to joining the faculty at IC, I graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2014 with a PhD in Economics. My research and teaching interests are at the intersection of Labor Economics and Development Economics and therefore span a wide range of issues.

Courses Taught: Principles of Microeconomics, Women and Economics, Labor Economics, The Economics of Inequality, Development Economics

Research Interests: Development Economics, Labor Economics, Economic and Social Rights, Children's Rights, Inequality, Gender Economics, Economics of Education