Brigham Frandsen, Associate Professor
Brigham Frandsen is Associate Professor of Economics at Brigham Young University. He received in Ph.D. in Economics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2010. Prior to coming to BYU, he was a Robert Wood Johnson Scholar in Health Policy Research at Harvard University. Before beginning his doctoral studies, Frandsen was a management consultant with McKinsey & Company in Eastern Europe. He graduated with summa cum laude in Physics and Econonomics from Brigham Young University in 2004. He is married to Christine Frandsen, and they live with their four children in Provo, where they enjoy skiing, mountain biking, and hiking.
- Ph.D. in Economics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2010
- Bachelor of Science in Physics and Economics from Brigham Young University, 2004
Econometrics, labor economics, health economics, machine learning
- American Economic Association
- Frandsen, B. (2019). Fragmented Division of Labor and Healthcare Costs: Evidence from Moves Across Regions. Journal of Public Economics, 169, 144-159.
- Frandsen, B. (forthcoming). Causes and Consequences of Fragmented Care Delivery: Theory, Evidence and Public Policy. Review of Economics and Statistics.
- Angrist, J., Chen, S., & Frandsen, B. (2010). Did Vietnam Veterans Get Sicker in the 1990s? The Complicated Effects of Military Service on Self-Reported Health. Journal of Public Economics, 94(11-12), 824-837.