Research Interests: labor economics, economics of education, industrial organization
Julian is a doctoral candidate in economics at the University of Michigan whose research interests lie in analyzing college course choices and their relation to college majors and graduation time. As a Junior Fellow at the University of Michigan's Learning Analytics Fellows program, he uses administrative transcript data from the University of Michigan Data Warehouse to study college course selection.
- "Ability Learning Through College Course: Exploring or Exploiting?"
- "College Major Investment Choices"
- "Estimating the Returns to Vocational Education," Kevin Stange and Daniel Kreisman
- "Evaluating Developmental Math Courses," Bill Gehring (Psychology)