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Christopher Erwin

PhD Candidate

ECON 1006E
Curriculum vitae


Christopher Erwin is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Economics at the University of New Mexico.  Erwin's research interests include the effects of merit-based scholarships on outcomes in higher education; lengthening time to degree in the United States; achievement gaps in higher education; and whether debt burden leads to skill mismatch in the labor market.  His major fields are econometrics and labor economics, with a minor field in environmental and natural resource economics.  He currently works as a Research Policy Analyst for the Center for Education Policy Research at UNM.