Joshua Goodman

Joshua Goodman

Affiliated Researcher, SDP Fellowship Faculty Advisor, PIER Fellowship Faculty Mentor
Associate Professor
Harvard Kennedy School
Joshua Goodman

Joshua Goodman, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, teaches empirical methods and the economics of education. His research interests include labor and public economics, with a particular focus on education policy. His two main strands of research focus on the relationship between financial aid, college choice and degree completion; and the impact of various forms of math education on student achievement, educational attainment and earnings. Goodman received a BA in physics from Harvard University, an MPhil in education from Cambridge University, and a PhD in economics from Columbia University. Prior to starting his PhD, he was a public high school math teacher in Watertown, MA