Brigham Frandsen is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Brigham Young University. Dr. Frandsen’s expertise is broad and includes the areas of labor economics, econometrics, health economics, and finance. Dr. Frandsen’s research focuses on causal inference on distributional effects and he applies these methodologies to questions about the impact of labor market institutions and interventions on education and earnings outcomes. Dr. Frandsen was selected as a Robert Wood Johnson Scholar in Health Policy Research at Harvard University, where he spent two years in residence, furthering his research in econometrics, labor economics, and health policy.
Dr. Frandsen has considerable consulting experience in a variety of industries and involving cases with many complex issues. Dr. Frandsen has presented and lectured at universities and conferences throughout the nation.