Bryan S. Graham
Associate Professor


508-1 Evans Hall #3880
Berkeley, CA 94720-3880
Tel: (510) 642 - 4752
Fax: (510) 642 - 6615

E-mail: bgraham [at] econ [dot] berkeley [dot] edu

Current CV (10/2015)

Welcome to my web page. I am an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of California - Berkeley. I began my career at Cal and, after spending two years at the the Economics Department of New York University, returned in the Fall of 2011.

My new GitHub webpage can be found here

Over the coming months I intend migrate the material on this site to the GitHub page linked to above. This site is no longer being regularly updated. Thanks for your patience during the site migration. Please visit the new site! -Bryan

Some quick links:

Materials for classes and short course can be found on my

Teaching page

Some "general purpose" econometric software can be found on my

Submitted Working Papers

Published Research

"Methods of identification in social networks," Annual Review of Economics 7: 465 - 485, 2015. (an original, longer, draft is archived here).

Mobility and the Metropolis: How Communities Factor into Economic Mobility, A Report from the Pew Charitable Trusts. Washington D.C.: The Pew Charitable Trusts, 2013 (w/ Patrick Sharkey).

"Robustness to parametric assumptions in missing data models," American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings 101 (3): 538 - 543, 2011 (w/ Keisuke Hirano)
"Econometric methods for the analysis of assignment problems in the presence of complementarity and social spillovers," Handbook of Social Economics 1B: 965 - 1052 (J. Benhabib, A. Bisin, & M. Jackson, Eds.). Amsterdam: North-Holland, 2011
"Efficiency bounds for missing data models with semiparametric restrictions," Econometrica 79 (2): 437 - 452, 2011
"The incidental parameter problem in a non-differentiable panel data model," Economics Letters 105 (2): 181 - 182, 2009 (w/ Jinyong Hahn and Jim Powell)

"Identifying social interactions through conditional variance restrictions," Econometrica 76 (3): 643 - 660, 2008
"Rich nations, poor nations: how much can multiple equilibria explain," Journal of Economic Growth 11 (1): 5 - 41, 2006 (w/ Jon Temple)
"Identification and estimation of the linear-in-means model of social interactions," Economics Letters 88 (1): 1 - 6, 2005 (w/ Jinyong Hahn)

"Longevity and life-cycle savings," Scandinavian Journal of Economics 105 (3): 319 - 338, 2003 (w/ David Bloom and David Canning)