ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS
OFFICE: WB 237
Jennifer Gnagey joined the faculty of Weber State University in 2014 and currently serves as an assistant professor of economics at the Goddard School of Business & Economics. In addition to BS and MA degrees, Gnagey holds a PhD in applied economics from Ohio State University.
She teaches a variety of economics and quantitative methods courses in the Goddard School’s undergraduate programs (e.g. Principles of Macroeconomics, Labor Economics, Business Calculus).
Gnagey’s research focuses on the economics of education. Her interests range from charter school evaluation to the relationships between how students pay for college and their academic and labor market outcomes. She is also involved with Weber State’s Center for Community Engaged Learning and its Economic Inequality Initiative.
Ph.D., Applied economics - Ohio State University, 2014
MA, Economics - Ohio State University, 2012
BS, Economics and agronomy, 2008
GOOGLE SCHOLAR LIST
PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
- "The Impact of STEM Programming on Educational Outcomes: Inclusive STEM Schools in Ohio." Jennifer Gnagey and Stephane Lavertu. AERA Open (2016)
- The Ogden Independent Living Standard, Utah Conference for Undergraduate Research Annual Conference, Orem, UT
- The Impact of STEM Programming on Educational Outcomes: Inclusive STEM Schools in Ohio, Assoc. for Education Finance and Policy Annual Conference, Washington, DC
- An Analysis of Different Methods for Incorporating Co-Teachers into Value-Added Models, American Economic Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, Assoc. for Education Finance and Policy Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, Midwest Economics Assoc. Annual Conference, Columbus, OH
- The Impact of Student Mobility on Estimates of Teacher Effects, Assoc. for Education Finance and Policy Annual Conference, Boston, MA, Midwest Economics Assoc. Annual Conference, Chicago, IL