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Scott Imberman

Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of Maryland

Address: 25D Marshall-Adams Hall
Tel: 517.355.4667
Fax: 517.432.1068
E-mail: imberman@msu.edu
Web: https://www.msu.edu/~imberman/

Curriculum Vitae


  • Economics of Education, Labor Economics, and Public Economics
  • “Incentive Strength and Teacher Productivity: Evidence from a Group-Based Teacher Incentive Pay System.” (with Michael Lovenheim). Review of Economics and Statistics, 97(2), 2015.
  • "Is Gifted Education a Bright Idea? Assessing the Impacts of Gifted and Talented Programs.” with Sa Bui and Steven Craig, American Economic Journal - Economic Policy, 6(3), 2014.
  • "Impact of Bilingual Education Programs on Limited English Proficient Students and Their Peers: Regression Discontinuity Evidence from Texas" with Aimee Chin and N. Meltem Daysal, Journal of Public Economics, 107, 2013.
  • "Katrina's Children: Evidence on the Structure of Peer Effects from Hurricane Evacuees" with Adriana Kugler and Bruce Sacerdote, American Economic Review, 102(5), 2012.
  • "Achievement and Behavior in Charter Schools: Drawing a More Complete Picture", Review of Economics and Statistics, 93(2), 2011.
  • “Recruiting and Supporting Low Income, High Achievers at Flagship Universities.” (with Rodney Andrews and Michael Lovenheim)
  • “Achievement Effects of Individual Performance Incentives in a Teacher Merit Pay Tournament (with Michael Lovenheim and Margaret Brehm)
  • "Risky Business? The Effect of Majoring in Business on Earnings and Educational Attainment" (with Rodney Andrews and Michael Lovenheim)

 
Michigan State University Department of Economics