Scott Drewianka

Associate Professor
 (414) 229-2730
 Bolton Hall 886



PhD, University of Chicago
MA, University of Chicago
BA, Carleton College

Research Interests

Labor Economics, Demographic Economics, Microeconomics

Current Projects

“Long-Term Unemployment and Intergenerational Earnings Mobility.” (with Murat Mercan)
“Heterogeneity in Exposure to Permanent and Temporary Earnings Shocks.”
“Household Production and Risk-Aversion.”
“Wal-Mart and Local Labor Markets, 1990-2004.” (with Dain Johnson)

Selected Publications

Drewianka, S. D., & Chi, M. (2014, December). How Much Is a Green Card Worth? Evidence from Mexican Men Who Marry Women Born in the U.S. Labour Economics, 31, 103-116.
Coughlin, T., & Drewianka, S. D. (2011, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). Can Rising Inequality Explain Aggregate Trends in Marriage? Evidence from U.S. States, 1977-2005. BE Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy, 11(1), 1-33.
Drewianka, S. D. (2010, June). Cross-Sectional Variation in Individuals’ Earnings Instability. Review of Income and Wealth, 56(2), 291-326.
Drewianka, S. D. (2008). Divorce Law and Family Formation. Journal of Population Economics, 21(2), 485-503.
Drewianka, S. D. (2008). Constrained Labor Supply and Risk-Aversion. Economics Letters, 101(2), 130-133.
Cotti, C., & Drewianka, S. D. (2007). Economic Restructuring and Labor Market Inefficiency: Evidence from Cross-Sectoral Data. Southern Economic Journal, 74(1), 214-238.
Drewianka, S. D. (2006). A Generalized Model of Commitment. Mathematical Social Sciences, 52(3), 233-251.
Drewianka, S. D. (2003). Estimating Social Effects in Matching Markets. The Review of Economics and Statistics, 85(2), 409-423.