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Evelyn Skoy


Evelyn Skoy
Evelyn Skoy

Assistant Professor of Economics

Kirner-Johnson 212

Evelyn (Evie) Skoy received her Ph.D. in economics from the University of Colorado, and B.S. from Michigan Technological University in economics and statistics. She is an applied microeconomist whose work focuses on race and gender disparity. Her fields of study include economics of education, marriage/family economics, and labor economics. Skoy  has four years of industry experience working in IT at Target Corporation.

Recent Courses Taught

Principles of Microeconomics
Mathematical Tools for Economists II

Research Interests

Labor & demographic economics; health, education and welfare

Select Publications

Skoy, E. "Black Lives Matter: Impacts on Fatal Interactions with Police, Crime, and Arrests". Contemporary Economic Policy

Appointed to the Faculty: 2021

Educational Background

Ph.D., University of Colorado, Boulder
M.A., University of Colorado, Boulder
B.A., Michigan Technological University

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