Emily Nix

Assistant Professor of Finance and Business Economics
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Emily Nix’s interests include labor economics and applied microeconomics. Her current research focuses on human capital formation, the economics of crime, and the gender income gap. Professor Nix received her PhD at Yale, and before joining the faculty at USC Marshall worked at University College London. She has also previously served as a consultant to the World Bank and is an external researcher for the Institute for Evaluation of Labour Market and Education Policy in Uppsala, Sweden.
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Emily Nix, Martti Kaila, Kristiina Huttunen () "The Crime Ladder: Estimating the Impact of Different Punishments on Defendant Outcomes ,".
Emily Nix, Nancy Qian, Ricardo Dahis () "Choosing Racial Identity in the United States, 1880-1940 ,".
Emily Nix, Orazio Attanasio, Costas Meghir () "Human Capital Development and Parental Investment in India ,"  Review of Economics Studies.
Emily Nix () "Learning Spillovers in the Firm ,".
Emily Nix, Orazio Attanasio, Cosats Meghir, Francesca Salvati () "Human Capital Growth and Poverty: Evidence from Ethiopia and Peru ,"  Review of Economic Dynamics  25, http://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/review-of-economic-dynamics/vol/25.
Emily Nix, Rachel Heath, Elisa Gamberoni () "Bridging the Gender Gap: Identifying What is Holding Self-Employed Women Back in Ghana, Rwanda, Tanzania, and the Republic of Congo ,"  World Bank Economic Review  30.