This paper uses administrative data on schooling and earnings from Texas to estimate the effect of college quality on the distribution of earnings...
Rodney J. Andrews
Rodney Andrews, a Harvard University Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholar, is an assistant professor of economics in the School of Economic, Political & Policy Sciences and the director of the Texas Schools Project.
Dr. Andrews' areas of expertise include economics of education, labor economics, public finance, and applied microeconometrics.
While he has investigated a range of topics including health policy, Rodney's recent research, “The Effects of the Kalamazoo Promise on College Choice” and “Estimating the Responsiveness of College Applications to the Likelihood of Acceptance and Financial Assistance: Evidence from Texas,” focuses on the college application process and how it is impacted by financial assistance.
Dr. Andrews received his PhD in Economics from the University of Michigan.
Quantile Treatment Effects of College Quality on Earnings: Evidence from Administrative Data in Texas
There has been a resurgence in research that investigates the efficacy of early investments as a means of reducing gaps in academic performance....
Heterogeneous Paths Through College: Detailed Patterns and Relationships with Graduation and Earnings
A considerable fraction of college students and bachelor's degree recipients attend multiple postsecondary institutions. Despite this fact, there...