Emily Nix is a labor economist who studies the economic impacts of violence against women, the gender income gap, inequality, and human capital accumulation. Her research and expertise have been featured in the Economist, the Guardian, the Financial Times, NPR, and more. She has worked as a consultant to both the Minneapolis Federal Reserve and the World Bank. Nix is also an award-winning teacher who made news in 2020 when she created a DIY light board to enhance the remote learning experience for her students. Nix received her PhD from Yale and her BA from UNC Chapel Hill where she was a Morehead-Cain scholar.
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Marshall Faculty Publications, Awards, and Honors: October 2023
We are proud to highlight the amazing Marshall faculty who have been recognized this month for their leading-edge work and expertise.
Marshall Faculty Publications, Awards, and Honors: September 2023
We are thrilled to highlight our distinguished faculty on recently accepted and published research and awards.
Marshall Faculty Recognized for Teaching Excellence
Faculty recognized for exceptional teaching are honored with excellence awards and endowed teaching chair positions.
Marshall Faculty Publications, Awards, and Honors: May 2023 and Year-End Roundup
We are thrilled to congratulate our faculty on recently accepted and published research, 2022-2023 teaching and research awards, and new chair appointments.
RESEARCH + PUBLICATIONS