Peter Glick (PhD, Economics, The American University) is a Senior Economist at the RAND Corporation. He has 20 years of research experience in the areas of employment, education, health, and economic development. His research on labor markets in varied international settings has examined, among other subjects, the determinants of private and public sector employment, the returns to schooling in wage and self-employment, patterns in women’s participation in the labor force, and the impacts of export-oriented manufacturing. He has
also investigated a range of education-related topics, including skills acquisition, school progression, and school and teacher quality. He is currently leading a study to examine health and HIV risk behaviors among Palestinian youth, and a study of the costs of blindness and impacts of cataract surgery in Ethiopia. Dr. Glick has designed and/or overseen the implementation of a number of cross section and longitudinal household surveys in developing countries. He has consulted for organizations such as the World Bank, UNDP, UNICEF, USAID, and the Millennium Challenge Corporation.