CSWEP Board: Ragan Petrie
Ragan Petrie is a Professor in the Department of Economics at Texas A&M University and a Cornerstone Faculty Fellow in Liberal Arts. She also holds an appointment as a Professorial Research Fellow at the Melbourne Institute in Australia. Dr. Petrie is an applied microeconomist who uses field and lab experiments to research topics in public and labor economics, including motives for charitable giving, gender differences in bargaining and competition, discrimination, and the economic preferences of children. She served as a co-editor at the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization and an associate editor at the Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics and is appointed as a co-editor at Experimental Economics. Dr. Petrie received her PhD in Economics and Agricultural and Applied Economics from the University of Wisconsin - Madison, a Master's in Public Policy from University of Pittsburgh, and a Bachelor's in French from University of Illinois.