Jeremy Cook - Assistant Professor of Economics, Wheaton College
As a labor economist, Dr. Cook studies labor market behavior and the economics of education. He is particularly interested in using statistical tools to model individual decision-making over time. His current research focuses on the efficacy and influence of school resources on the labor market outcomes of public school teachers. His research has also involved estimating peer effects in education. Prior to his graduate work in economics, Dr. Cook worked in the field of natural resource damage assessment.