Gabrielle Pepin

Gabrielle Pepin is an applied microeconomist specializing in public and labor economics. Her work focuses on how tax and expenditure programs affect families with children.

Pepin joined the Upjohn Institute in 2020 from Michigan State University, where she received her PhD in economics. Previously, she studied mathematical economics at the University of St. Thomas as an undergraduate.

Research Highlights

Change could make child-care credit work for lowest-income working families

March 24, 2021 · Research Highlight
Making the credit refundable would benefit the poorest working families and narrow the gaps between white and nonwhite households