Scott Drewianka

Associate Professor
 Bolton Hall 886



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

Research Interests

Labor Economics, Demographic Economics, Microeconomics

Current Projects

“Estimating Heterogeneity in Lifetime Earnings Risk” (with Phillip Oberg)
“Simultaneity and Selection in Financial Hardship and Divorce” (with Martin E. Meder)
“The Labor Supply of U.S Natives with Immigrant Spouses” (with Miao Chi)
“Earnings Risk and Heterogeneous Expected Earnings Profiles” (with Phillip Oberg)

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). Constrained Labor Supply and Risk-Aversion. Economics Letters, 101(2), 130-133.
Drewianka, S. D. (2008). Divorce Law and Family Formation. Journal of Population Economics, 21(2), 485-503.
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.