D. Mark Anderson, Ph.D.
Department of Agricultural Economics and Economics
Montana State University
The Meth Project and Teen Meth Use: New Estimates from the National and State Youth Risk Behavior Surveys, with David Elsea, 2013. Revise and resubmit at Health Economics.
Per Se Drugged Driving Laws and Traffic Fatalities, with Daniel Rees, 2012. Under review. Also available as IZA Working Paper.
Medical Marijuana Laws and Teen Marijuana Use, with Daniel Rees and Benjamin Hansen, 2012. Under review.
In School and Out of Trouble? The Minimum Dropout Age and Juvenile Crime. Forthcoming at Review of Economics and Statistics.
Does Shortening the School Week Impact Student Performance? Evidence from the Four-Day School Week, with Mary Beth Walker. Forthcoming at Education Finance and Policy.
In public media: Atlantic Journal-Constitution
Medical Marijuana Laws, Traffic Fatalities, and Alcohol Consumption, with Benjamin Hansen and Daniel Rees. Journal of Law and Economics 56 (2013) 333-369. Earlier version available as IZA Working Paper.
The Impact of HIV Education on Behavior among Youths: A Propensity Score Matching Approach. Contemporary Economic Policy 31 (2013) 503-527.
Does Information Matter? The Effect of the Meth Project on Meth Use among Youths. Journal of Health Economics 29 (2010) 732-742.
Estimating the Economic Value of Ice Climbing in Hyalite Canyon: An Application of Travel Cost Count Data Models that Account for Excess Zeros. Journal of Environmental Management 91 (2010) 1012-1020. Earlier version available as University of Washington Working Paper.
Research in Progress
Racial Discrimination among Employees: Evidence from Beaned Batters in Major League Baseball, with Claus Portner and Bryan Vadheim.
Does the Four-Day School Week Impact High School Dropout Rates? with Chris Stoddard and Mary Beth Walker