Coral Wonderly

Hometown:Cheney, Washington

Undergraduate Institution and Major:
Eastern Washington University, Economics (BS)

Graduate Institution and Major:
Eastern Washington University, Urban and Regional Planning (MURP)

Relevant Professional Experience:
Research Assistant, Economics Department, Eastern Washington University, June 2017 – August 2017
Research Intern, Office of Financial Analysis, Modeling, and Simulations, Federal Housing Finance Agency, June 2016 – September 2016
Research Assistant, Institute for Public Policy and Economic Analysis, Eastern Washington University, September 2015 – June 2017
Research Intern, Washington State Department of Commerce, June 2015 – September 2015
Teaching Assistant, Economics Department, Eastern Washington University, September 2014 – June 2015

Research Interests:
My research interests are urban and regional inequality, neighborhood and community effects, housing markets, and spatial health disparities. I am also interested in spatial data science, computational analysis, and machine learning within R, Python, and Julia.

Conference Presentations:
“Health Care Access Disparities within Washington,” National Planning Conference, 2017
“Health Care Access Disparities within Spokane County, WA,” Pacific Northwest Regional Economics Conference, 2016
“Effects of Athletic Facilities Spending on NCAA Football Team Success,” National Planning Conference, 2016

Working Papers:
Coral Wonderly and Nathan Skuza, “Difference-in-Differences with Synthetic Controls: Federally Funded Housing’s Impact on School District Performance”

Coral Wonderly and Gérman Izon, “Spatial Primary Health Care Access Disparities within Washington State”

Funded Appointments:
Graduate Teaching Associate – Public Sector Economics

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