I am an Assistant Professor in the Economics Department at the University of Georgia.
My primary research interests are Microeconometrics and Labor Economics. Most of my research has concerned how to use panel data (repeated observations on the same individual or firm over time) to think about causal effects of economic policies. I have been particularly interested in developing methods related to understanding how effects of policies vary across different individuals. I am also interested in applications in labor economics. Specifically, I have worked on understanding the effects of job displacement, minimum wage policies, intergenerational mobility, and unions. Recently, I have been working on developing methods to understand the effects of Covid-19 related policies.
At UGA, I teach courses on econometrics, both to graduate and undergraduate students.
Carol Caetano, Stroud Payne, Hugo Sant’Anna Rodrigues, and I just posted a new working paper Difference in differences with Time-Varying Covariates. Here is a five minute summary of the paper
Base periods in event studies Comparing varying and universal base periods in event studies
Andrew Goodman-Bacon, Pedro Sant’Anna, and I just posted a new working paper Difference-in-Differences with a Continuous Treatment. We have also posted a five minute summary of the paper
Email: brantly.callaway [at] uga [dot] edu
B408 Amos Hall
Athens, GA 30605