Matthew Naven

Matt Naven
Matthew Naven
Assistant Professor ,
Washington and Lee University

Matthew Naven is an assistant professor in the department of economics at Washington and Lee University. His primary research interests are public economics, labor economics, and the economics of education and his research focuses on the effects of institutions, public policies, and external forces on student outcomes. Dr. Naven is particularly interested in barriers low-income students face in education, increasing college access for low-income students, and education as a pathway out of poverty. He has a Ph.D. in economics from the University of California, Davis.

Publications by Matthew Naven
For as much as we know about the economic benefits of a college degree, California policymakers and educators have little information about the college destinations of high school graduates. To fill this information gap, we assembled a unique data…