Emmanuel E. Garcia-Morales

PhD Candidate 2016-2017

Wyman 544E
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Thesis Title: "Essays on Effects of Assistance Programs for People with Disabilities"  - Download Abstract (PDF)

Fields: Labor economics, health and economics, applied microeconometrics

Main Advisor: Robert Moffitt


"The Prospect of Adult-SSI Participation and Investments among Transition-Age Youth with Disabilities" (Job Market Paper)

"The Role of Fluid and Crystallized Intelligence on Health Preventive Behavior Among the Elderly" (with Antonio J. Trujillo, Work in progress)

"Endogenous Asymmetric Stakes in Litigation: The Effects of the Mexican Social Security Authority as Co-Defendant" (with David Kaplan and Joyce Sadka, Work in progress)


Dissertation Fellowship. Disability Research Consortium, Mathematica Research Institute. 2016
Department Fellowship. Johns Hopkins University, Department of Economics. 2012-2016


An Economic Analysis of the Law, Intersession 2014, Instructor
The Social Policy Implications of Behavioral Economics, Spring 2013, TA
Economics of Poverty and Inequality, Fall 2013, TA
Elements of Microeconomics, Spring 2014-2016, TA
Microeconomic Theory, Fall 2014-2015, TA
Health and Economics I (graduate), Fall 2014, TA
Econometrics I (graduate), Spring 2015, TA


Professor Robert Moffitt - (Main Advisor)
Professor Antonio J. Trujillo -
Professor Nicholas W. Papageorge -
Professor Bruce W. Hamilton - (Teaching)