John Henry Johnson, IV
Assistant Professor of Economics and Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations

Department of Economics, College of Business

Degrees | Positions | Publications | Honors | Academic Service | Teaching/Research
Ph.D. Economics, MIT, 1999
B.A. Economics, and English Literature, University of Rochester, 1995.
Positions Held
At the University of Illinois since 1999.
Recent Publications
"The Impact of Parental Absence on Families: Evidence with the Gulf War", with J. Angrist, Industrial Labor Relations Review, October 2000. 
Honors and Awards
Albert Zesiger Fellowship for Graduate Study, MIT, 1995-99; Isaac Sherman Post Graduate Fellowship, University of Rochester, 1995. John Dows Mairs Prize, University of Rochester, 1994. Xerox Scholar, University of Rochester, 1991-95. Commander William S. Stuhr Scholarship, 1991-95.
Academic Service
Referee for Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Risk and Decision Management. Member of Phi Beta Kappa.
Teaching and Research
Research interests include labor economics; applied microeconomics; econometrics, and public finance.

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