Gwyn Pauley, PhD's Bio
Gwyn Pauley, PhD, is a visiting assistant professor of economics at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Her research focuses on the intersection of health and labor economics. She studies what happens to individuals later in life when they are given access to health insurance during childhood. She has worked on a project that shows the impact of an HIV treatment breakthrough (highly active antiretroviral therapy or HAART) on domestic violence and illicit drug use among low-income women infected with HIV.
Pauley earned a BS from the University of South Carolina and a PhD in economics from Johns Hopkins University. While a Schaeffer-Amgen Postdoctoral Fellow at the USC Schaeffer Center, she worked on the Future American Model, a microsimulation used to forecast health and economic outcomes for young adults in the United States.