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About Marina Mileo Gorzig, PhD

Marina Gorzig is an applied microeconomist whose research focuses on social inequalities, particularly discrimination in the labor market. She has published her research in economics, data methodology, and public health journals.

Marina received her PhD in Public Policy from Duke University. Prior to joining St. Catherine University, she worked on data infrastructure at the University of Minnesota. In this role, she created variables that make it easier for researchers to study diverse family types


Present Assistant Professor, Economics and Political Science, St. Catherine University Economics and Political Science Department

Curriculum Vitae


2018 - 2019 APDC Faculty Research and Scholarly Activities Grant
St. Catherine University
Colleague(s): Deborah Rho
2017 - 2018 Russell Sage Foundation Presidential Grant
Russell Sage Foundation
Colleague(s): Deborah Rho
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  • Voices of Dissent: Out of the Closet and into the Streets
  • Discrimination and Disparities: Economics and Politics of Race and Gender
  • Game Theory and Behavioral Economics
  • American Government and Policy
  • Public Policy
  • Statistical Analysis for Decision Making