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Terry-Ann Craigie

Associate Professor of Economics


Wright Hall 234


Terry-Ann Craigie is a labor economist whose research largely explores the intersectionality of mass incarceration, inequality and labor markets. Her early research examined paternal incarceration and disparities in early child outcomes. Currently, she evaluates the economic impact of mass incarceration, and whether justice-related policies can curb disparities in the criminal justice system and labor market.

Craigie teaches courses broadly related to her research expertise. At Smith, she teaches courses on statistics and econometrics; race, policy, and mass incarceration; and a seminar on the economics of discrimination.

Office Hours

Spring 2024
Monday 1:30–2:30 p.m. and 
Wednesday 4–5 p.m.
and by appointment.(Zoom or in person)


Ph.D., M.A., Michigan State University
B.A., Stockton University

Selected Works in Smith ScholarWorks