Eric Bettinger

Eric Bettinger
Eric Bettinger

Professor of Education. Stanford University School of Education. (2008 to present).
Faculty Director. Stanford/Aspen Institute Community College Presidential Fellowship. (2015-2019).
Section Chair. Social Science, Humanities, and Interdisciplinary Policy Studies in Education. Stanford University. (2017 to present).
Co-Director. Lemann Center for Entrepreneurship and Educational Innovation in Brazil, Stanford University. (2012 to present).
Faculty Director. Center for Education Policy Analysis, Stanford University. (2018-present)
Affiliate, Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (2015–present).
Research Associate. National Bureau of Economic Research. (2003–present).
Assoc./Asst. Professor of Economics. Case Western Reserve. (2000-2008).
Visiting Fellow. American Academy of Arts and Science. (Fall 2002).
Other Current Affiliations include Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, Stanford Center for Education Policy Analysis, Lemann Center for Entrepreneurship and Educational Innovation in Brazil, Stanford Center for International Development, Center for Analysis of Postsecondary Education and Employment at Teacher’s College, Center for the Analysis for Postsecondary Readiness at Teacher’s College, CESifo

Eric Bettinger is a professor in the Stanford University School of Education. His research interests include economics of education; student success and completion in college; teacher characteristics and student success in college; effects of voucher programs on both academic and non-academic outcomes. Eric is also studying what factors determine student success in college. Eric's work aims to bring understanding of these cause-and-effect relationships in higher education. His most recent work focuses on the effects of FAFSA simplification on students' collegiate outcomes.

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