Kelly Noonan

AB Adviser

Kelly Noonan has been a faculty member in the Department Economics since 2016.  She currently serves as the director of Junior Independent Work and is a faculty affiliate with the Center for Health & Wellbeing.  Before coming to Princeton, she was a Professor at Rider University.

Her research primarily focuses on the impact of maternal and child health on family resources. More specifically, her research has focused on the effects of maternal depression and poor child health on a variety of outcomes such as homelessness, parental relationship status, maternal and paternal labor supply, social capital, insurance status and food insecurity. Her research has aimed to establish a causal link between health and family resources rather than the effect of resources on health.

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