• Assistant Professor (Lecturer), Economics Department


  • Catherine Ruetschlin & Yazgi Genc (2023). Unveiling the Landscape of Utah's Child Care Workforce: Working Conditions, Wages, and Motivations from the Child Care Workforce Bonus Program Survey. Utah Department of Workforce Services Office of Child Care. Published, 11/01/2023.
  • Catherine Ruetschlin (2023). Utah Childcare Cost Estimation Model. prepared for the Department of Workforce Services Office of Childcare. Published, 04/14/2023.
  • Salt Lake Clinical Evaluation Center and Veterans Affairs (2022). Study on Unemployment Rate of Women Veterans Who Served on Active Duty in the Armed Forces after September 11, 2001. Congressionally Mandated Report, National Defense Authorization Act, Section 9104. Published, 07/31/2022.
  • Catherine Ruetschlin & Ivan Mendieta-Muñoz and Ellis Scharfenaker (2022). Appraising and Implementing Econometric Approaches for State Agency Budget Forecasting. prepared for The Utah Department of Human Services Division of Services for People with Disabilities. Accepted, 06/30/2022.
  • Catherine Ruetschlin & Yazgi Genc (2021). Utah 2021 Child Care Market Rate Study. Utah Department of Workforce Services, Office of Child Care. Published, 05/07/2021.
  • Mark Glick, Catherine Ruetschlin & Darren Bush (2021). Big Tech’s Buying Spree and the Failed Ideology of Competition Law. Hastings Law Journal. Vol. 72, 465-516. Published, 02/04/2021.
  • Mark Glick and Catherine Ruetschlin, "Big Tech Acquisitions and the Potential Competition Doctrine: The Case of Facebook." Institute for New Economic Thinking, Working Paper No. 104 (October 22, 2019), available at Published, 10/22/2019.
  • Scott Fullwiler & Stephanie A. Kelton, Catherine Ruetschlin, Marshall Steinbaum (2018). The Macroeconomic Effects of Student Debt Cancellation. (pp. 68). Levy Economics Institute of Bard College. Published, 02/15/2018.
  • Catherine Ruetschlin (2013). Rethinking Retail: How investments in the Retail Workforce Can Impact Families, Firms, and Economic Growth. Challenge: The Magazine of Economic Affairs. Vol. 56, 31-52. Published, 03/15/2013.