Donna B. Gilleskie

Who am I:

I am a Professor in the economics department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
You can contact me by snail mail, telephone, fax, or email.

Curriculum Vita:

You can download a formatted version of my CV in Word or pdf.

Research interests:

A summary of my research interests is available here.
A chronological list of my work with links to the papers is available here.
Or you can see lists of my work categorized by subject matter,
by general age of individuals used in my empirical work, or by empirical methodology.

Applied Micro Student Worshop:

For a schedule and location of seminars, click here.

Triangle Health Economics Worshop THEW:

For a schedule and location of seminars, click here.

Applied Micro Seminar:

For a schedule and location of seminars, click here and then on the applied micro link.

Job Market Information for UNC-CH Ph.D. Students:

For information and handouts related to the 2012-2013 Economics job market (for UNC-CH Ph.D. students), click here.

Conference (2005):

Ahmed Khwaja (Duke, Fuqua) and I hosted a conference entitled
"Structural Models of Consumer Optimization Behavior: Labor, Retirement and Health" in September 2005.
The conference was generously funded by NIA and DEAR.
We are currently editing a volume of the J. of Econometrics that will showcase the work presented at that conference.

Courses I teach:

ECON 985 : Applied Micro Student Workshop
ECON 850 : Graduate Health Economics
ECON 590 : Undergraduate Health Economics - senior level
ECON 570 : Undergraduate Econometrics
ECON 450 : Undergraduate Health Economics - junior level
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Last edited January 11, 2016 by Donna Gilleskie.