John DiNardo is a professor of economics and public policy who has worked in applied econometrics, labor economics, health, and political science. His recent work includes a partial assessment of an "accountability" program for California public schools, finite sample properties of semi-parametric treatment effect estimators, and the "causal effect" of BMI/weight on health outcomes. He is also coauthor (with Jack Johnston) of the Fourth Edition of Econometric Methods
. Prior to joining Michigan's Ford School of Public Policy faculty, Prof. DiNardo was on the faculty at the University of California, Irvine. He received his PhD from Princeton University.
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