Matthew D. Hendricks
Assistant Professor of Economics
The University of Tulsa, Tulsa OK United States
I am an economist with research interests in the areas of education policy, labor economics, and applied econometrics. I teach undergraduate courses in microeconomics (principles and intermediate), applied econometrics, and labor economics at the University of Tulsa.
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“Does it pay to pay teachers more? Evidence from Texas.” Journal of Public Economics, January 2014, pp. 50-63. Download Here
“Public Schools are Hemorrhaging Talented Teachers. Can higher salaries function as a tourniquet?”
“Towards an optimal teacher salary schedule: Designing base salary to attract and retain effective teachers” (revise and resubmit, resubmitted to journal)
“Identification with Imperfect Proxies”
“Performance Pay and Teacher Selection: Do performance pay programs attract higher-ability teachers?”
Work in Progress:
“Efficiency Wages in Teaching? How changes in salary affect teacher productivity”
“The Effects of Teacher Pay Policies on Teacher Quality” with Jane A. Lincove and Matt Farber
Spencer Foundation, “Efficiency Wages in Teaching? How changes in salary affect teacher productivity” grant #201500095, $49,534, 2015-2017
The University of Tulsa, Faculty Development Summer Fellowship, 2012, 2013
US Department of Agriculture, National Needs Fellowship, $75,000, 2008-2010