I am a Lecturer at the University of Toronto Mississauga. There is nothing I love more than being in a classroom and interacting with students.  During the 2014-2015 school year, I am teaching ECO100 Introductory Economics and ECO205 Intermediate Microeconomics for Management.  I have also taught ECO200 Intermediate Microeconomics and ECO352 Special Topics: Gender and Economics in past terms. To read about my teaching philosophy or for more information on my courses and faculty training please see my Teaching page

I received my PhD in 2013 from the Duke University Department of Economics with research interests in the fields of household and family economics and labor economics. My dissertation explores union formation and dissolution in the United States, and my job market paper attempts to attribute the educational differences in marriage patterns for black women to differing marriage market prospects by education level. For more information about my research, please go to my Research page.

For more information about me and sites I find helpful or entertaining, feel free to take a look at my miscellaneous page.

Office: IMI 3206
Email: kalina.staub{at}utoronto{dot}ca

Mailing Address
UTM-Department of Economics
Innovation Complex, Room 3274
3359 Mississauga Road North
Mississauga, Ontario
Canada L5L 1C6