Michael Lachanski is a doctoral student in demography at the Population Studies Center at the University of Pennsylvania and an MA in Statistics candidate at the Wharton School. He has interests in applied statistics, organizational demography, educational and occupational inequality, labor markets, formal demographic methods, criminology and historical crime, and evolutionary social psychology. He has published peer reviewed research in Demographic Research, Econ Journal Watch, the International Review of Financial Analysis, and the Journal of Human Capital. His public policy writings can be found in the journal Capitalism and Society, the Mercatus Center, and Niskanen Institute.
University of Pennsylvania
Articles by Michael Lachanski
16 November 2023 | research article