Professor of Economics
Doug Miller received his degree in Economics from Princeton University in 2000. His research examines the impact of economic forces, social policy, and the environment on health.
Miller also serves as a Faculty Research Fellow for the National Bureau of Economic Research. He has measured the effects of business cycles, inheritances, Head Start, the Earned Income Tax Credit, and air pollution on infant, child, and adult health. He also works in the area of applied econometrics, using and building tools for measuring casual effects and for conducting accurate statistical inference. He also has research interests in development economics.