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Angela Cools
Contact Information:
Department of Economics
Davidson College
Email: ancools@davidson.edu
Office: Chambers Hall 3251

Current Position
Assistant Professor of Economics, Davidson College, 2019-

 

Education
Ph.D., Economics, Cornell University, 2019
M.A., Economics, Cornell University, 2017
B.A., Economics, magna cum laude, Pomona College, 2010

 

Research
Published Papers
Cools, A. & Patacchini, E. (2019). The Brother Earnings Penalty. Labour Economics 58: 37-51

 

Working Papers

Parents, Infants, and Voter Turnout. Revisions requested at Quarterly Journal of Political Science.


Girls, Boys, and High Achievers (with R. Fernandez and E. Patacchini). NBER Working Paper No. 25763.


Peer Effects in Education (with E. Patacchini). In the Handbook of the Economics of Education, B. McCall (ed), Routledge, in preparation.

Work in Progress

Megachurch Scandals and Pro-Social Behavior

Teaching Experience
Davidson College
Instructor, Introductory Economics (Fall 2019, Spring 2020, Fall 2020)​

Instructor, Economics of Gender and Family (Spring 2020)

Instructor, Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (Fall 2020)

Cornell University
Teaching Assistant for Professor Gary Fields, Labor Economics (Spring 2019)
Teaching Assistant/Guest Lecturer for Professor Francine Blau, Women in the Economy (Fall 2018)
Teaching Assistant for Professor Jennifer Wissink, Introductory Macroeconomics (Spring 2018)
Teaching Assistant for Professor Stephanie Thomas, Introductory Microeconomics (Fall 2017)
Teaching Assistant for Professor David Taylor, Introduction to Business Management (Summer 2017)
Teaching Assistant for Professor Thomas Lyons, Introductory Microeconomics (Summer 2016)

Research Experience and Other Employment
Research Assistant for Professor Eleonora Patacchini (2015-2017)
Research Assistant, New England Public Policy Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston (2012-2014)
Financial Analyst, Disney Consumer Products (2010-2012)

 

Honors, Scholarships, and Fellowships
The Louis Walinsky Fund in Honor of Professor Herbert Davenport Outstanding Teaching Award (2018)
Sage Fellowship, Cornell University (2014-2015)
Phi Beta Kappa, Pomona College (2010)


Invited Presentations and Conference Presentations
2019: Bureau of Labor Statistics, IAFFE, Davidson College, U.S. Census Bureau, Wake Forest University,
Southern Economic Association Annual Meetings
2018: Society for Economics of the Household

 

Professional Service
Referee, Education Economics; Journal of Economic Growth; Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization; Journal of Population Economics; Regional Science and Urban Economics


Mentor, Cornell University Graduate Student Association for Economics Mentorship Program (2016-2018)


Economics Field Representative, Cornell University Graduate and Professional Student Assembly (2016-
2017)

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