Adam Isen

Adam Isen

Associate Professor

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Research Interests: Labor Economics, Public Economics

Education: PhD, University of Pennsylvania

Adam Isen is an Associate Professor of Economics at Johns Hopkins University. His research interests are in labor and public economics. In his work, he studies the effect of government policy on households and firms and the causal pathways that give rise to inequality and intergenerational mobility. Professor Isen received his Bachelor's degree from Stanford University and his PhD from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.