PhD, University of Pittsburgh, Economics

Sunita is an applied microeconomics and econometrics researcher with expertise in labor economics and public policies. Her main areas of research are analyzing the effects of public policies on labor market outcomes; labor and family economics; and the effect of the use of technology in classrooms on student engagement and learning.  She has presented her work at the Eastern Economic Association 36th annual conference and the 14th annual meeting of the Society of Labor Economists.