Policy Studies Faculty and Staff
Marie Connolly, Ph.D.
Professor of Economics
Hometown : Xenia, OH
Joined Chatham : 1982
Academic Areas of Interest
Labor, Economics of Immigration
Personal Areas of Interest
- Ph.D., Michigan State University (East Lansing, MI) 1983
- B.A., Miami University (Oxford, OH), 1976
- “Post-Migration Investments in Education and Job Search: A Family Perspective,” with Deborah Cobb-Clark and Chris Worswick in the Journal of Population Economics, 18:663-90 (2005).
- “The Worldwide Market for Skilled Migrants: Can Australia Compete?” with Deborah
- “The Job Search and Education Investments of Immigrant Families,” with Deborah Cobb-Clark and Chris Worswick, Discussion paper no. 290, Institute for the Study of Labor, Bonn April 2001
- “Wives and mothers: The Labour-market experiences of married immigrant women in Australia,” with Deborah Cobb-Clark in Work Rich, Work Poor: Inequality and economic change in Australia, edited by Jeff Borland, Bob Gregory, and Peter Sheehan, Centre for Strategic Studies, Victoria University, 2001.
- “A Family Affair: The Labor Market Experience of Immigrant Spouses”, with Deborah Cobb-Clark, Social Science Quarterly, December 2001 Vol.82, No. 4.