Doctoral Student

Elizabeth Ann Cook-Stuntz

Elizabeth is pursuing her PhD in Business Economics, with her job market paper entitiled "Daughters of Rosie the Riveter: Intergenerational Shocks to Labor Force Participation."  Her research pertains to Labor Economics, Economic History, and Gender.  Her oral examinations were in the fields of Social Economics, Economic History, and Industrial Organization.  Elizabeth received an A.B. in Applied Mathematics, cum laude in field with a specialization in Economics, from Harvard College in May 2010.  During her undergraduate career, she worked as a Research Assistant for Professor Edward Glaeser and as a Summer Analyst at Goldman Sachs."