Daniel Kuehn
American University
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Daniel Kuehn is a Research Associate I in the Urban Institute’s Income and Benefits Policy Center and a doctoral candidate in American University’s Department of Economics. He holds an M.P.P. from George Washington University with a specialization in labor market policy.  Daniel has eight years of experience conducting and managing research on employment, education and training, the science and engineering workforce, racial disparities, and the transition from school to work. Daniel primarily conducts quantitative empirical work, with an emphasis on non-experimental evaluation methods. From 2006 to 2012, he worked at the Urban Institute in the Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population, first as a research assistant and then as a research associate with supervisory responsibilities. In 2011 he began his doctoral studies at American University with field work in labor economics and gender economics. Daniel’s research at American University has focused on the science and engineering workforce, human capital, and impact analyses of labor market programs. He has published numerous peer reviewed articles, book chapters, reports, and policy briefs, and presented his research to academic and stakeholder audiences.

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