Julian Betts

Julian Betts is a professor of economics at the University of California San Diego. Betts studies the market for skilled workers, with emphasis on the economics of education. On the supply side of the market for skilled workers, his main interest is research on the determinants of school quality. On the demand side of the market for skilled workers, his research focuses on the impact of technological change on the demand for different types of workers.

Betts received his PhD from Queen’s University. 

  • Labor economics
  • Economics of education
  • Immigration
  • Technological change

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