Dora Gicheva


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I am an assistant professor of economics at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. I am an applied microeconomist whose work is the areas of labor, education and personnel economics.

Much of my research is focused on employer-worker relations and factors that drive the career success of broad groups of workers, for example young professionals or females. In addition, I am interested in topics related to workplace practices that increase mentoring or other types of non-monetary support, and in examining the role that intrinsic motivation plays in workers' choice of occupation and labor supply. Aside from employer-worker relations, I have worked on topics related to the success of entrepreneurs. 

I also have strong interest in the ways in which students pay for higher education and how government policies related to higher education financing can impact educational outcomes. 

My email is d_gichev [at]

My RePEc author page can be found here.  You can also find my work on Google Scholar.

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