Cecilia Rouse is the dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public Affairs at Princeton University and a professor of the economics of education. She previously served as a member of President Obama’s three-person Council of Economic Advisers, providing analysis and advice on economic policy issues.
Rouse’s work focuses mostly labor economics, particularly in education. A well-known scholar, she has written numerous papers on topics such as the economic benefits of attending community college, sex discrimination in symphony orchestras and the effect of student-loan debt on career choices of college graduates.
Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Professor of the Economics of Education, Princeton University
Areas of Expertise: Economics of Education, Public Policy, Economic Policy, Labor Economics, Domestic and International Poverty
Location: Princeton, NJ
Contact Information: Please go through Elisabeth Donahue, associate dean for public and external affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School
Phone: (609) 258-5988
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