PhD Public Policy, University of Chicago (2012); MPP (2007)
BA Philosophy, History, Tulane University (2000)
Daniel Kreisman is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Georgia State University. His research addresses topics at the intersection of public economics, labor economics, and education policy. Some examples of recent projects include the effect of school funding on student achievement, the value of high school CTE programs, and why so few students take up income driven student loan repayment plans. Dan is also the founding Director of CTEx - a consortium of researchers and state partners working to inform the future of CTE policy with cutting edge research. Dan holds a PhD in Public Policy from the University of Chicago and a BA in History and Philosophy from Tulane. Before graduate school Dan taught high school English in New Orleans.