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@UCDavisEcon alumnae Esra Kose, Elira Kuka, and Na'ama Shenhav research published at AEJ: Economic Policy

New research by recent UCD alumnae Esra Kose, Elira Kuka, and Na'ama Shenhav finds that state-level suffrage laws increased educational attainment and income among disadvantaged children. The paper has been recently published at the American Economic Journal: Economic Policy and was featured at the American Economic Association Chart of the WeekThe AEA Chart of the Week aims to highlight insights from a selection of impactful papers published in their very prestigious journals.

Kose, Kuka, and Shenhav are all recent graduates of the UC Davis Economics PhD program. Kose (UCD '17) is now an assistant professor of economics at Bucknell University. Kuka (UCD '15) is an assistant professor of economics at George Washington University. Shenhav (UCD '16) is an assistant professor of economics at Dartmouth College.