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Conrad Miller is an Associate Professor at Berkeley Haas and a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research.
Expertise and Research Interests
- Labor Economics
- Worker-firm Matching
- Benjamin Feigenberg & Conrad Miller. Would Eliminating Racial Disparities in Motor Vehicle Searches Have Efficiency Costs?. Quarterly Journal of Economics (forthcoming).
- Conrad Miller. When Work Moves: Job Suburbanization and Black Employment. Review of Economics and Statistics (accepted).
- Conrad Miller, Jennifer Peck, and Mehmet Seflek. Missing Women, Integration Costs, and Big Push Policies in the Saudi Labor Market. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics.
- Benjamin Feigenberg & Conrad Miller. Racial Divisions and Criminal Justice: Evidence from Southern State Courts. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy.
- Conrad Miller. The Persistent Effect of Temporary Affirmative Action. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics.
- Peter Blair Henry and Conrad Miller. Institutions versus Policies: A Tale of Two Islands. American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings.
At Haas since 2015
- 2022 – present, Associate Professor, Haas School of Business
- 2015 – present, Assistant Professor, Haas School of Business
- 2014 – 2015, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Industrial Relations Section, Princeton University
American Economic Journal Best Paper Award
W.E. Upjohn Institute Dissertation Award
Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship
2013 – 2014
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
2009 – 2012
- The Exponential Power of a $15 Wage Floor, The New York Times, 02/05/2021
- Can temporary affirmative action policies have lasting effects?, American Economic Association, 07/17/2017
- Data and Decisions, EWMBA 200S
- Data and Decisions, UGBA 88