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Office: 182 FOB
Phone: 801-422-5169
Email: lars_lefgren@byu.edu


Curriculum​ Vitae


Expertise
Labor Economics,
Empirical Economics

Lars J. Lefgren

Associate Professor

Education

PhD, University of Chicago, 2001
BA, Brigham Young University, 1996

Research and Professional Experience

Professor Lefgren specializes in applied microeconomics with a number of papers in the economics of education.  He received his undergraduate degree in economics from Brigham Young University and earned a PhD in business economics from the University of Chicago.  He is married with four children.

Selected Publications

Brian A. Jacob, Lars J. Lefgren, David P. Sims (2010). The Persistence of Teacher-Induced Learning. Journal of Human Resources.

Lars J. Lefgren, Frank L. McIntyre, Michelle Miller (2010). Chapter 7 or 13: Are Client or Lawyer Interests Paramount? The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy-Advances.

 

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