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About Michael Carr

Michael Carr's research and teaching covers a broad range of topics on labor market structure, workplace democracy, and job quality. His recent work uses experiments and surveys to investigate the effect of worker autonomy in the workplace on job satisfaction, worker performance, and firm performance. Currently, he teaches Microeconomics, Labor Economics, and Behavioral Economics.

Positions

Present Associate Professor of Economics, College of Liberal Arts, University of Massachusetts Boston
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Contact Information

Telephone: 617.287.6953
Office Location: Wheatley Hall,5th Floor, Rm 26

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