Assistant Research Professor
Jonathan Tebes studies various topics in labor and public economics related to economic mobility and poverty alleviation. His research has examined the impact of policing reforms on neighborhood crime and educational attainment, the effect of holistic adult mentoring services on labor market outcomes, how police violence affects civic engagement, and the impact of a comprehensive mentorship program on at-risk public high school students.
“Police Violence and Civic Engagement” (with Desmond Ang), 2022. American Political Science Review, Revise & Resubmit.
“The Effectiveness and Equity of Police Stops” (with Jeffrey Fagan), 2022. Working Paper (Job Market Paper).