Our Researchers

The following researchers are working on projects at the WiscRDC.  As of 5/5/2017 these researchers are working on 9 External Census projects, 3 Internal Census projects, 6 NCHS/AHRQ projects, and 2 CARRA projects.

  • Austin Williams, Agricultural and Applied Economics
    • Project: The Determinants of Avoidance Behavior
  • Brent Hueth, Agricultural and Applied Economics
    • Project: Pilot Project to Integrate New External Data with the Integrated Longitudinal Database (ILBD)
    • Project:  Firm Dynamics in the Agricultural Services Sector: Evidence from the Longitudinal Business Database
    • Project:  Understanding Cooperative Organizations
    • Project:  ReDFAR: Recovered 1979 Farm Finance Survey
  • Chenoa Allen, Obstetrics and Gynecology
    • Project: Estimating the effects of Arizona-style omnibus immigration policies on Latino children’s health, access to health care, and program participation:
    • RDC Profile
  • Enghin Atalay, Economics
    • Project:  Firm Networks and Firm Expansion
    • Project: Pilot Project to Integrate New External Data with the Integrated Longitudinal Database (ILBD):
    • RDC Profile
  • Jason Fletcher, Public Affairs,  Sociology, Applied Economics, and Population Health Sciences
    • Project: Lifecourse Effects of Age-Eligibility in Voting Behaviors
    • Project: Trends in Childhood Obesity
    • Project:  Understanding the Relationship between the School Breakfast Program and Food Insecurity and Weight
    • Project:  Examining the Long Term Effects of Early Health Shocks:
  • Marguerite Burns, Population Health Sciences
    • Project:  Medicaid expansions and disability program participation
    • RDC Profile
  • Martin Ganco, Business
    • Project:  Pilot Project to Integrate New External Data with the Integrated Longitudinal Database (ILBD)
    • Project:  The Antecedents and Consequences of Employee Entrepreneurship
    • RDC Profile
  • Timothy Smeeding, Public Affairs and Economics
    • Project:  Core  Longitudinal  Infrastructure Population Project (CLIPP)
  • Owen Thompson-Ferguson, Economics, UW-Milwaukee
    • Project: Medicaid Expansions and Intergenerational Transmission of Asthma
  • Wang Jin, Agricultural and Applied Economics
    • Project: Validating and Improving the ASM-MOPS
    • Project: Short-Run and Long-Run Impacts of Pollution Abatement Spending on Economic and Environmental Outcomes
    • Project: Organizations in the Digital Economy: Information Technology Use, Complementary Investments, and Impacts on Firm Outcomes