Daniel Kreisman is a post-doctoral fellow at the Gerald R. Ford school of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. His research addresses topics in labor economics, education finance and education policy, including: vocational education, K-12 funding, student loan policy, community colleges and labor market discrimination. His research has been published by The Review of Economics and Statistics and the Brookings Institution, and has been cited in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. He has received grant and fellowship awards from the Institute for Research on Poverty, the American Education Research Association and the Institute of Education Sciences. Beginning in 2014 Dan will be an Assistant Professor of Economics at Georgia State University. He has PhD in Public Policy from the University of Chicago and a BA in History and Philosophy from Tulane University. Before graduate school Dan taught high school English in New Orleans.