Assistant Professor, School of Social Work and Research Scientist, Center on Poverty and Social Policy
Rob Hartley is an assistant professor of social work and is a research scientist at the Center on Poverty and Social Policy. He is an applied micro-economist working in the fields of labor and public economics. His research addresses the role of social policy on the persistence of poverty and dependence, particularly through childhood exposure or labor market outcomes.
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