International Socioeconomics Laboratory
International Socioeconomics Laboratory

Education Research at the International Socioeconomics Laboratory

The Education research at the International Socioeconomics Laboratory is based on a variety of social and economic issues within the academic systems around the world. From educational availability, financial literacy, and quality of education to social inequalities within education systems and distimination based on race, gender, sexual identity, and economic status, researchers at the Laboratory work to analyze the issues through extensive data collection and analysis. Fellows at the Laboratory create extensive empirical studies, using data they collect through various qualitative and quantitative methods, with the intention of drawing conclusions based on analyzed and factual data.

Americanization of Global Education

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, George Washington University

Exploring the Allocation of Resources for Competency-Based Youth Education in the United States

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, , Universidade Estadual de Londrina, Technische Universität Ilmenau, Central University of Himachal Pradesh

How Does The College Admissions Process Affect The Choices High Performing Students Make Throughout Their High-School Career?

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, The City College University of New York

How do education and social learning influence moral development in the United States?

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, George Washington University

The Case for Financial Literacy

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory

How has online learning affected student engagement in elementary school in the United States?

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory

Meritocracy in the Educational System

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, The City College University of New York

The Effect of Geographical Locations on College Tuition Across the United States

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory

Will highschool students after the pandemic want a system of education to be a hybrid of remote learning and in person learning?

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Education

The goal of the Education Research at the International Socioeconomics Laboratory is to understand the source of the social and economic issues in education systems, world wide. With in-depth research studies, research fellows are able to create conclusions, based on data, that can be used for legislative change. Working with the Finxerunt Policy Action Institute, researchers’ empirical studies are paired with various politicians and organizations around the world, in their respective regions, that intend to use the data collected and analyzed by the Laboratory in supporting their policies, addressing the educational issues. The goal is to create equitable and efficacious change to the education systems universally.