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Andrew Bibler

Assistant Professor of Economics
Work Phone: 907-786-5452 Website: Personal Webpage

Biography

Research: education, labor economics, and public economics

  • Ph.D., Economics, Michigan State University, 2016
  • M.A., Economics, Ohio University, 2010
  • B.S., Economics, Brigham Young University, 2009

Andrew Bibler is an assistant professor of economics at ISER and in UAA’s economics department. His research interests include the economics of education, labor economics, and public economics. He also recently provided the economic analysis for the Alaska state government’s successful application for a waiver in Affordable Care Act rules, which secured federal funds to help support the Alaska Reinsurance Program — that is, for federal money to help pay the unusually high costs of those with expensive medical problems.

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Publications:

Win or Lose: Residential Sorting After a School Choice Lottery (with Steve BillingsReview of Economics and Statistics (Accepted) [SSRN]

Working Papers:

Inferring Tax Compliance from Pass-Through: Evidence from Airbnb Tax Enforcement Agreements (with Keith Teltser and Mark Tremblay, R&R) [SSRN]

Dual Language Education and Student Achievement (R&R) [SSRN]

Household Composition and Gender Differences in Parental Time Investments (R&R) [SSRN]

Short-term Labor Responses to Unconditional Cash Transfers (with Mouhcine Guettabi and Matt Reimer, Under Review) [SSRN]

Personal Site

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