Professor Anil Nathan

Dr. Anil Nathan

Title:
Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Public Administration
Faculty: Full-Time
Office:
601L
Address: Media and Public Affairs Building
805 21st St. NW
Washington, District Of Columbia
20052
United States
Phone: 202-994-0982
Email:
[email protected]
Website:

Areas of Expertise

  • Economics of Education
  • Health Economics
  • Impact Evaluation

Professor Anil Nathan is an economist with primary research experience in education and health, but also has interests in a variety of applied microeconomic and econometric topics.  He also uses impact evaluation techniques in his research.  His teaching interests include microeconomics, econometrics, impact evaluation, and the economics of education.

Education

PhD, Economics, Duke University
BS, Economics and Mathematics, Duke University

Publications

Selected Publications

“Disruption in Parental Co-habitation and its Effects on Short-term, Medium-term, and Long-term Outcomes of Adolescents” (with Debjani Kanjilal and Andrew Hussey), Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 37(1), 2016  

“Sorting and Statistical Discrimination In Schools”, Atlantic Economic Journal, 43(2), 2015, DOI: 10.1007/s11293-015-9457-3

“The Long-Term Game: Survival Analysis in the National Football League” (with Ruud Koning, Victor Matheson, and James Pantano) International Journal of Financial Studies, 2(1), 2014

“How to Measure School Quality” (with Jack Schneider), Education Week, 33(10), 2013

“Dreamschool Finder: Massachusetts School Search Calculator” (with Alvin Chang, Matt Carroll, and Jack Schneider), Boston.com, October 13th, 2013

“Dreamschool Finder Data Explainer” (with Jack Schneider), Boston.com, October 13th, 2013

“Dementia and Medicare at Life's End” (with Vicki Lamb and Frank Sloan), Health Services Research, 43(2), 2008 

 

Personal Interests

  • Visiting museums in the DC area
  • Tennis
  • Biking
  • Family

Classes Taught

PPPA 6014  Microeconomics for Public Policy II