Assistant Professor of Economics
Research: education, labor economics, public economics and applied econometrics
- Ph.D., Economics, Michigan State University, December 2016
- M.A., Economics, Ohio University, 2010
- B.S., Economics, Brigham Young University 2009
Andrew Bibler joins ISER as an assistant professor and in UAA’s Economics Department. Andrew’s research interests include the economics of education, especially nonstandard approaches to education. He is also interested in labor economics, public economics and applied econometrics. Current projects include analyzing the impact of dual language programs on student achievement. Other ongoing projects are Household Composition and Gender Differences in Parental Time Investments and a coauthored paper, Precision for Policy: Calculating Standard Errors in Value-Addded Models. Now that he has arrived in Alaska, he is looking forward to learning how to fish and ski.