PhD Public Policy, University of Chicago (2012); MPP (2007)
BA Philosophy, History, Tulane University (2000)
Daniel Kreisman is an Associate Professor of Economics at Georgia State University in Atlanta.
His work is focused on education, and on his best days, that work can impact policy.
He is a founder of CTEx - a consortium of researchers and state partners working together to inform the future of CTE policy.
Dan has a PhD and MPP in Public Policy from the University of Chicago, and was a postdoc at Michigan's Ford School of Public Policy. He really wanted to be a philosopher, but wasn't good enough. This made him think a lot about absolute and comparative advantage, so now he is an economist. Before graduate school Dan taught high school English in New Orleans.
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