Margaret Bock

Ph.D. Candidate in Economics

West Virginia University

About Me

I am a Ph.D. Candidate in economics at West Virginia University.

I am an applied microeconomist working in the fields of urban/regional and public economics. The majority of my recent works have focused on the economic impacts of roads and highways in urban, rural, and political economic contexts.

Here you will find my most recent CV, publications, working papers, and teaching evaluations.


I will be on the job market in the 2020-2021 year. Feel free to reach out to me at mbock1@mix.wvu.edu.


A little more about me

Welcome to my website!

I was born and raised in West Virginia.

In high school, I was a state tennis tournament participant and clarinet section leader in the marching band.

I got my undergraduate degree from Shepherd University. I received my bachelor's degree in economics and a minor in math with honors. In undergrad, I was president of the AZM chapter of Alpha Phi Omega co-ed community service fraternity and president of the Model UN club. I also studied abroad in Vietnam to collect economic data on female entrepreneurs.

In my free time, I like to read, listen to music, road trip or spend time outside.