Miles Corak is a full professor of economics with the Department of Economics and the Stone Center on Socio-economic inequality at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. He has published numerous articles on topics dealing with child poverty, access to university education, intergenerational earnings and social mobility, and unemployment.
He has also been a visiting researcher with the UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre in Florence Italy in 2003/04, the Centre for Longitudinal Studies in London UK in 2008, with the Office of Population Research at Princeton University in 2011, the Russell Sage Foundation in 2013/14, and with Harvard University in 2015/16. During the 2017 calendar year he was the Economist in Residence at Employment and Social Development Canada, supporting the Deputy Minister's office in developing a Canadian Poverty Reduction Strategy and medium term reforms to Employment Insurance.
Miles Corak joined IZA as a Research Fellow in April 2001.
His twitter handle is @MilesCorak and he blogs at MilesCorak.com