Andrew Hillis is a PhD student in Business Economics, a joint program through Harvard's Department of Economics and the Business School. His research uses microeconomic theory, behavioral economics, and field experiments to study productivity and information in health and education. He is passionate about collaborating with leaders in these settings to create relevant and rigorous research.
Prior to joining the Doctoral Program, Andrew worked with Yale economist Dean Karlan at Innovations for Poverty Action and Professor Daniel Ho at the Stanford Law School. He received his B.A. in Public Policy from Stanford University and is from St. Louis, Missouri.