Members of the Economics Department
Bryan S. Graham
Econometrics, Labor, Development
Small sample properties of alternatives to GMM
Ph.D. Harvard, 2005
Social interactions, poverty traps
About Bryan S. Graham
Bryan Graham was educated at Oxford University and Harvard University, where he received his PhD in 2005, the same year he joined Berkeley as an assistant professor.Professor Graham was awarded a Macarthur Network on Social Interactions and Economic Inequality Fellowship in 2004, a Harvard University Program on Justice, Welfare, and Economics Fellowship in 2003, and a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship in 2000. He also received a Rhodes Scholarship in 1997 and a Fulbright Scholarship in 1998.