Michael G Mueller-Smith
Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and Faculty Associate, Population Studies Center, Institute for Social Research
Mike Mueller-Smith’s research examines topics related to the economics of crime, discrimination, and public assistance programs, most notably the wide-ranging effects of incarceration and the lives of sexual minorities. He is currently working on studying the household spillovers of the criminal justice system, felony disenfranchisement and safety net bans resulting from felony drug convictions. In 2017, he will join the Department of Economics at the University of Michigan as an Assistant Professor.
- New Methods to Support Census Bureau Record Linkage
- Children and the US Justice System
- Reintegration Policies, the Safety Net, and Spillover Impacts of Justice Involvement
- Criminal Justice Administrative Records System: Public Reporting and Fellowship Competition
- COVID-19:Statistical analysis of exclusions from the U.S. SBA Payment Protection Program during COVID-19
- Strengthening the Criminal Justice Administrative Records System to address limitations in data integration between criminal justice and public health
- RIDIR: Developing and Deploying the Criminal Justice Administrative Records System
- Effects of Financial Sanctions in the Criminal Justice System
- Local Jail Reporting Program (LJRP) Pilot Test
- Mueller-Smith,Michael G, Aldén, Lina , Edlund, Lena , Hammarstedt, Mats . 2015. Effect of Registered Partnership on Labor Earnings and Fertility for Same-Sex Couples: Evidence From Swedish Register Data. Demography 52(4):1243-1268.