Peter Mueser

Peter Mueser
Chancellor's Professor
331 Professional Building
573-882-6427
Research Focus
Applied Microeconomics, Labor
Select Publications

Do Reemployment Programs for The Unemployed Work for Youth? Evidence from the Great Recession in the United States (with M. Michaelides and J. A. Smith), Economic Inquiry, 2021.

Food Stamps and the Working Poor (with D. C. Ribar and E. Tekin), W. E. Upjohn Institute, 2019.

Second Chance for High School Dropouts?  A Regression Discontinuity Analysis of Postsecondary Educational Returns to the GED (with C. Jepsen and K. Troske), Journal of Labor Economics, 2017.

Labor-Market Returns to the GED Using Regression Discontinuity Analysis (with C. Jepsen and K. Troske), Journal of Political Economy, 2016.

Using State Administrative Data to Measure Program Performance (with K. Troske and A. Gorislavsky), Review of Economics and Statistics, 2007.

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