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    ALICIA SASSER MODESTINO ____________________________________________________________________________________ School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs Tel: (617) 373-7998 Northeastern University Email: a.modestino@neu.edu 360 Huntington Avenue Twitter: @SasserModestino Boston MA 02115 URL: http://nuweb.neu.edu/cssh/faculty/alicia-sasser-modestino/ I. EDUCATION

    Ph.D., economics, Harvard University, 2001 A.M., economics, Harvard University, 2000 B.A., mathematics and economics, Boston University, magna cum laude, 1993

    II. CURRENT AND PREVIOUS POSITIONS AND AFFILIATIONS

    School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs, Northeastern University, Boston MA Associate Professor, 2014-present

    Associate Director, Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy, 2015-present Faculty Associate, Global Resilience Institute, 2018-present

    Faculty Associate, Center for Health Policy and Healthcare Research, 2014-present Faculty Associate, NULab Center for Texts, Maps, and Networks, 2014-present Brookings Institution, Washington D.C. Non-Resident Scholar, 2016-present Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) at MIT, Cambridge MA Invited Researcher, 2018-present Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, New England Public Policy Center, Boston MA

    Visiting Scholar, 2015-2016 Senior Economist, 2007-2014 Economist, 2005-2007

    Mount Holyoke College, Department of Economics, South Hadley, MA Assistant Professor, 2004-2005

    Analysis Group, Boston MA Academic Affiliate, 2004-2005

    Senior Associate, 2002-2004 Mathematica Policy Research, Cambridge MA

    Economist, 2001-2002 Harvard University

    Teaching Fellow, 1999-2001 Economics Tutor, 1997-2001

    National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Research Assistant, 1997-2001

    Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Assistant, 1993-1997

    III. FELLOWSHIPS, HONORS, AND AWARDS

    Inequality and Social Policy Fellowship, Harvard University, 2000-2001 Doctoral Fellow, Weiner Center for Social Policy, Kennedy School of Government, 1999-2001 National Science Foundation Graduate Studies Fellowship, 1997-2000 Sumner Slichter Harvard University Fellowship for Study in Labor Economics, 1998-1999 Harvard University Graduate Studies Fellowship, 1996-1997

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    Robert F. Bruce Memorial Prize in Mathematics, Boston University, 1993 College Prize for Excellence in Economics, Boston University, 1993 Harold C. Case Scholarship, Boston University, 1992

    IV. PUBLICATIONS

    A. Peer Reviewed Publications 1. In Preparation for Submission

    Modestino, A., M. Burke, Bledi Taska, *Rachel Sederberg, and *Sadighi, S. “No Longer Qualified? Changes in the Supply and Demand for Skills within Occupations.” First Draft: March 2017. Target Journal: Journal of Labor Economics (SJR=7.076). Target date of submission: June 2018. Modestino, A. and *Sadighi, S. “Measuring Labor Demand Using Online Job Posting Data.” First Draft: February 2017. Target journal: IZA Journal of Labor Economics (SJR=0.428). Target date of submission: June 2018. Modestino, A., Shoag, D., and Moss, P. “Upskilling During the Great Recession: Why Do Employers Demand Greater Skill When Workers Are Plentiful?” First draft: August 2017. Target journal: Industrial Labor Relations Review (SJR=1.505). Target date of submission: June 2018. Modestino, A., *McHugh, W., Chan, A., Irvine, C., Jones, N., Mihevc, J., Morris, T. “Findings of the 2017 CAE Member Institution Cybersecurity Survey.” First Draft: October 2017. Target journal: Industrial Relations (SJR=0.879). Target date of submission: June 2018. Modestino, A. “The Impact of Managed Care on the Gender Earnings Gap Among Physicians.” First Draft: September 2016. Target journal: Health Economics (SJR=2.74). Target date of submission: August 2018. Modestino, A., Ladge. J., Sugiyama, K. “Using Resume Data to Assess the Impact of Graduating during a Recession on Career Pathways.” First Draft: August 2018. Target journal: Journal of Human Resources (SJR=4.628). Target date of submission: December 2018. Modestino, A. and Dennett, J. “The Impact of Health Care Reform on Employers: Lesson Learned from Massachusetts.” First Draft: September 2016. Target journal: Health Affairs (SJR=4.46). Target date of submission: July 2018. Modestino, A. and *Sadighi, S. “Changes in the Labor Market Prospects of Non-College Bound Youth: Comparing the Cohorts of NLSY 1979 versus 1997.” First Draft: December 2016. Target journal: Children and Youth Services Review (SJR=0.655). Target date of submission: August 2018. 2. Currently Under Review Modestino, A. *Sederberg, R, and *Tuller, L. “Assessing the Effectiveness of Financial Coaching: Evidence from the Boston Youth Credit Building Initiative.” Revise and Resubmit August 2018: Journal of Consumer Affairs (SJR=).

                                                                 *Denotes student. 

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    Modestino, A. 2018. “How Do Summer Youth Employment Programs Improve Criminal Justice Outcomes, and for Whom?” Submitted July 2017, Revise and Resubmit December 2017, Resubmitted September 2018: Journal of Public Policy Analysis and Management SJR=2.148). Modestino, A. and *Sederberg, R. 2018. “How Do Summer Youth Employment Programs Improve Academic Outcomes and for Whom?” Submitted April 2018 to: IZA Journal of Labor Policy (SJR=0.481). Modestino, A., K., Ladge. J., Sugiyama, K. 2018. “Taming the beast within: Experimenting with multiple possible selves in early career construction.” Submitted March 2018, Revise and Resubmit July 2018: Journal of Vocational Behavior (SJR=1.597). Sugiyama, K., Ladge. J., Modestino A. 2017. “Careers in Construction: Developing Career Identity out of Redefining Moments.” Submitted February 2018: Academy of Management Review SJR=8.041). Modestino, A., Shoag, D., and Ballance, J. 2017. “Upskilling: Do Employers Demand Greater Skill When Workers Are Plentiful?” Submitted February 2016, Revise and Resubmit December 2016, Resubmitted December 2017, Second Revise and Resubmit July 2018, Resubmitted September 2018: Review of Economics and Statistics (impact factor=6.306). 3. Published Modestino, A. and *Paulsen, R. 2018. “Reducing Inequality Summer by Summer: Lessons from the Boston Summer Youth Employment Program Survey.” Evaluation Program and Planning. Modestino, A. and Shoag, D. 2018. “When the Economy Is Good, Employers Demand Fewer Credentials.” Harvard Business Review, August. Modestino, A., Shoag, D., and Ballance, J. 2016. “Downskilling: Changes in Employer Skill Requirements Over the Business Cycle.” Labour Economics, vol. 41, pages 333-347. Modestino, A. 2016. “The Importance of Middle-Skill Jobs.” Issues in Science and Technology. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, Fall, pp. 41-6. Modestino, A. and Dennett, J. 2013. “Are Americans Locked into Their Houses? The Impact of Housing Market Conditions on State-to-State Migration” with Julia Dennett. Regional Science and Urban Economics, vol. 43, issue 2, pages 322-337. Modestino, A. 2011. "Mismatch in the Labor Market: The Supply and Demand for Middle-Skill Workers in New England." The New England Journal of Higher Education. Modestino, A. 2010. “Voting with Their Feet? Local economic conditions and state migration patterns,” Regional Science and Urban Economics, vol. 40, issue 2-3, pp. 122-135. Modestino, A. 2009. “The Future of the Skilled Labor Force.” The New England Journal of Higher Education, vol. XXIII, No. 3, pp.15-18.

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    Cutler, D., Long, G. Berndt, E. Sasser, A., Royer, J., Fournier, A. Cremieux, P. 2007. “The Value of Antihypertensive Drugs: A Perspective On Medical Innovation,” Health Affairs, vol. 26, no. 1: 97- 110. Meadows E, Rousculp M, Sasser A, Birnbaum H, Moyneur E, Mallet D, Johnston J. 2007. “Actual versus predicted first-year utilization patterns of teriparatide in patients with employer-sponsored health insurance.” Curr Med Res Opin 2007 Dec;23(12):3215-22. Sasser, A. 2005. “Gender Differences in Physician Pay: Tradeoffs Between Career and Family.” Journal of Human Resources, vol. 40, no. 2. Sasser, A., Taylor, M., Birnbaum, H., Schoenfeld, M., Oster, E., Rousculp.M. 2005. “Assessing the Economic Impact of Chronic Conditions in Post-Menopausal Women,” Expert Opinion on Pharmacotherapy, vol. 6, no. 11: 1803-1814. Sasser, A., Rousculp, M., Birnbaum, H., Oster, E., Lufkin, E., Mallet, D. 2005. “Economic Burden of Osteoporosis, Breast Cancer, and Cardiovascular Disease Among Postmenopausal Women in an Employed Population,” Women’s Health Issues, vol. 15, no. 3: 97-108. Sasser, A., Rousculp, M., Birnbaum, H., Moyneur, E., Wu, E., Marcus, R. 2005. “POS1 Using a Budget Impact Model to Predict First-Year Use of a New Osteoporosis Therapy,” Value in Health, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 408. Sasser, A, Rousculp, M., Birnbaum, H., Oster, E., Lufkin, E., Mallet, D. 2003. “Health Care Costs of Osteoporosis, Breast Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease in Postmenopausal Women,” Menopause – The Journal of the North American Menopause Society, vol. 10, no. 6, pp 601. Sasser, A., Rousculp, M., Birnbaum, H., Oster E., Lufkin, E., Mallet, D. 2003. “Economic Burden of Osteoporosis among Women,” Jo