Miller Mini Bio

Dr. Melinda Miller is an applied microeconomist who conducts research on economic history, demography and labor economics. Specifically, focusing on the origins of economic racial inequality in the United States examining how postbellum land policy could have potentially altered the course of American racial economic inequality. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Case Western Reserve […]

Melinda Miller

Assistant Professor Pamplin 3032 540-231-4348 Email Dr. Miller Office Hours: Wed 2:00-3:30pm & Thurs 3:00-4:30pm Specializations: Economic History, Demography, Labor Economics, Applied Microeconomics Webpage Vitae

Job Market

Job Market Candidates Name Job Market Paper Documents Md Yasin Arafat Inequality in Educational Opportunity in USA CV Jae-Yoon Kim DSGE-VAR(λ) for a Model Evaluation Revisited CV Karo Solat 1) Generalized Principal Component Analysis: modeling temporal/contemporaneous dependence using non-Gaussian distributions 2) Forecasting Exchange Rates with Generalized Principal Components CV Placements of Recent Economics Graduates Year […]


News & Faculty Happenings May 9, 2018 – We want to recognize all the students who successfully defended their dissertations these past couple of weeks, officially overcoming the last hurdle on their way to becoming doctors of economics! Karo Solat – Generalized Principal Component Analysis Bowen Shi – Three Essays on Networks Jae-Yoon Kim – […]