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Matthew Hendricks PhD

Associate Professor of Economics Henry Kendall College of Arts & Sciences
Economics
Chapman Hall 918-631-2923
matthew-hendricks@utulsa.edu
https://sites.google.com/site/hendr360/
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Biography

Published in the Journal of Public Economics and has received financial support from the Spencer Foundation


Ph.D., University of Minnesota
B.A., St. John's University


Labor Economics, Applied Econometrics, and Education Policy
The effects of teacher salaries on teacher productivity

Microeconomics
Labor Economics
Applied Econometrics


The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.

Book Chapter


Hendricks, Matthew, and Morris Kleiner. “Occupational Regulation of Child Care Services.” Stages of Occupational Regulation: Analysis of Case Studies. Ed. Morris M. Kleiner. Upjohn Institute , 2013. Print.

Journal Articles


Hendricks, Matthew. “Towards an Optimal Teacher Salary Schedule: Designing Base Salary to Attract and Retain Effective Teachers.” (2015): n. pag. Print.

Hendricks, Matthew. “Does It Pay to Pay Teachers More? Evidence from Texas.” Journal of Public Economics (2014): 50–63. Print.

Others


Hendricks, Matthew, Jane Lincove, and Matt Farber. “The Effects of Teacher Pay Polidies on Teacher Quality.” (2015): n. pag. Print.

Hendricks, Matthew. “Efficiency Wages in Teaching? How Changes in Salary Affect Teacher Productivity.” (2017): n. pag. Print.

Research Reports


Hendricks, Matthew. Data Analysis and Summary for MN Head Start School Readiness Goals Projects. Minnesota Head Start Association, 2014. Print.

Hendricks, Matthew. Data Analysis and Summary for MN Head Start School Readiness Goals Projects. Minnesota Head Start Association, 2013. Print.

Hendricks, Matthew. Data Analysis and Summary for MN Head Start School Readiness Goals Projects. Minnesota Head Start Association, 2012. Print.

Hendricks, Matthew. Data Analysis and Summary for MN Head Start School Readiness Goals Projects. Minnesota Head Start Association, 2011. Print.

Dissertation Project


Hendricks, Matthew. “Performance Pay and Teacher Selection: Do Performance Pay Programs Attract Higher-Ability Teachers?” The University of Minnesota, 2017. Print.

Working Papers


Hendricks, Matthew. “Performance Pay and Teacher Selection: Do Performance Pay Programs Attract Higher-Ability Teachers?” N.p., 2017. Print.

Hendricks, Matthew. “Identification with Imperfect Proxies.” N.p., 2017. Print.

Hendricks, Matthew. “Public Schools Are Hemorrhaging Talented Teachers. Can Higher Salaries Function as a Tourniquet.” N.p., 2017. Print.


ECON 2023 Principles of EcoNomics Ii: MicroecoNomics
ECON 3033 MicroecoNomic Theory
ECON 3063 Labor EcoNomics
ECON 3073 Applied EcoNometric Methods