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Urbashee Paul

PhD in Economics

2022

Urbashee is an economics PhD student, who is researching the effect of U.S. high-skilled immigration policy reform on firm performance and the labor market. She is also working with her advisor, Dr. Alicia Sasser Modestino, on evaluating the effect of private sector summer jobs on high students’ academic outcomes for the Boston Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development.  Prior to joining Northeastern, Urbashee worked at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC. This summer, Urbashee will be joining Analysis Group’s NY office as a summer associate and 2021 Experiential PhD Fellow. Urbashee looks forward to applying her empirical skills and economic knowledge to help clients solve challenging business problems and win legal disputes.

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Urbashee’s Path

“A lot of the crucial steps that brought me to where I am today happened during my teenage years, and that helped me break out of the economic barriers that life threw at me,” she says. “If I hadn’t broken out of these barriers at the crucial age between high school and college, I could have been in a very different place now.”

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