Anne Le Brun is a visiting lecturer in Global Affairs at the Jackson Institute and a lecturer/advisor in the Economics Department at Harvard. Her primary teaching and research focus is the economics of immigration. She is particularly interested in the intended and unintended consequences of immigration policies and immigration law enforcement. As a result of her significant role in teaching and advising undergraduate students at Harvard and at Wellesley College before that, Professor Le Brun has also developed curiosity about the economics of education. Having just served for two years as Head Section Leader for Ec 10 (Harvard’s year-long introductory economics course), she is currently exploring the drivers of teacher evaluations and of teacher value added in the context of that large course. Professor Le Brun holds a B.A. from Swarthmore College, a Master’s in International Development from Harvard’s Kennedy School, and a Ph.D. in economics from U.C. Berkeley.