Tracey L. Freiberg

Visiting Professor FTVisiting Professor
PhD, Public and Urban Policy, The New School, Milano School of Policy, Management, and EnvironmentMPhil, Public and Urban Policy, The New School, Milano School of Policy, Management, and EnvironmentMA, Economics, Duke UniversityBA, Business Administration and Economics, Coe College
Originally from Wisconsin, Dr. Freiberg holds a PhD in Public and Urban Policy from the Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment at The New School. She focuses on labor economics policy, and benefits, with special attention to disparates across traditionally marginalized communities. Her research is interdisciplinary in nature: blend of applied economics and policy analysis with a focus on federal- and state-level American labor policies. Outside of academia, she has over 10 years of experience in insurance, financial services, consulting, and research.

Teaching Interests

Principles of Economics
Labor Economics
Urban Economics
Introduction to Policy Analysis
Research Methods

Research Interests

Labor Economics and Policy
Gender and Racial Inequality in the Labor Market
Inequality and Social Mobility
Public and Urban Policy
Human Capital Development
Corporate Policy and Employee Benefits
Sustainable Development Policies

Courses Taught

ECO
670
URBAN ECONOMICS
ECO
1301
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I
ECO
1301H
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I(HON)
ECO
1302
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II
ECO
3307
LABOR ECONOMICS
HON
1301
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I
HON
1302
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II