John Eric Humphries is an assistant professor of economics at Yale University. His research focuses on topics in labor economics, the economics of education, and applied microeconomics. He has published work studying the GED exam, non-cognitive skills, the returns to education, and the estimation of dynamic treatment effects. His current work is focused in two areas: The first studies educational decisions, human capital formation, and non-cognitive skills. The second studies the impacts of housing instability on low-income households, with a focus on the impacts of eviction, the determinants of housing instability, and the evaluation of policies designed to address housing instability. He is a member of the National Bureau of Economic Research and a member of the Human Capital and Economic Opportunity “Inequality: Measurement, Interpretation, and Policy” working group. John Eric Humphries earned his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago in 2017. See johnerichumphries.com for more details on current work and recent publications.