Matthew A Masten
Assistant Professor of Economics
Professor Masten's research focuses on econometrics and social interactions. He is currently working on models with high dimensional heterogeneity and simultaneity, with applications to social interactions and peer effects.
- Ph.D., Northwestern University 2013
Masten, MA. "Random Coefficients on Endogenous Variables in Simultaneous Equations Models." The Review of Economic Studies 85, no. 2 (April 1, 2018): 1193-1250. Full Text
Masten, MA, and Poirier, A. "Identification of Treatment Effects Under Conditional Partial Independence." Econometrica 86, no. 1 (2018): 317-351. Full Text
Masten, MA, and Torgovitsky, A. "Identification of Instrumental Variable Correlated Random Coefficients Models." Review of Economics and Statistics 98, no. 5 (December 2016): 1001-1005. Full Text
Masten, MA, and Poirier, A. "Partial Independence in Nonseparable Models." (June 17, 2016).
Chicu, M, and Masten, MA. "A specification test for discrete choice models." Economics Letters 121, no. 2 (November 1, 2013): 336-339. Full Text
Abito, JM, Borovickova, K, Golden, H, Goldin, J, Masten, MA, Morin, M, Poirier, A, Pons, V, Romem, I, Williams, T, and Yoon, C. "How Should the Graduate Economics Core be Changed?." JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC EDUCATION 42, no. 4 (2011): 414-417. Full Text
Masten, MA, and Torgovitsky, A. "Instrumental Variables Estimation of a Generalized Correlated Random Coefficients Model."