F.R. Bigelow Professor of Economics, currently serving as Provost and Dean of the Faculty
Microeconomics, Labor economics, and Public economics
Weyerhaeuser Hall, 213
Professor Moe is a labor economist with particular interests in how the use of time (especially for women and girls) affects labor market outcomes, both in the U.S. and in developing economies. Her most recent research centers on the challenges facing American mothers in the workplace. Professor Moe teaches a variety of courses across the economics curriculum, including courses in the principles of economics, the economics of gender, poverty in the U.S., and labor economics. In her free time, she enjoys golfing, reading, and spending time with her family.
BA: Saint Olaf College, 1985
MPP: Harvard Kennedy School, 1989
MA: University of Minnesota, 1992
PhD: University of Minnesota, 1995