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Daniel Kuehn
Principal Research Associate
Income and Benefits Policy Center
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  • Daniel Kuehn is a principal research associate in the Urban Institute’s Income and Benefits Policy Center, where his research focuses on registered apprenticeship and workforce development. Kuehn is an adjunct professor at the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration at George Washington University. In addition to his research on workforce development, he regularly publishes journal articles on the history of economic thought. He received a BA in economics and sociology from the College of William and Mary, an MPP in labor market policy from George Washington University, and PhD in economics from American University.

    Research Areas
    Wealth and financial well-being
    Beyond high school: education and training
    Families with low incomes
    Workforce development
    Job training
    Postsecondary education and training

    Outside Affiliations
    George Washington University, Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration
    Adjunct Professor

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