Professor Sicherman analyzes the roles of education, job training, occupational and job mobility, moonlighting and retirement in the formation of careers. He currently studies the various effects of technological change on the U.S. labor market. In addition, Sicherman works with different medical groups on using cost-benefit analysis in medical decision making. A faculty research fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research, he is the recipient of research grants from the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Labor and the Citicorp Behavioral Science Research Council. Sicherman teaches the core course Managerial Economics and the elective Cost-Benefit Analysis.
BA, Hebrew University, 1980; MA, 1982; MPhil, Columbia, 1985; PhD, 1987
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