Max H. Farrell studies econometric theory and applied econometrics. His research focus on model selection, high-dimensional data, and robust semiparametric methods, with a focus on increasing reliability and implementability in data analysis. His publications appear in the Journal of Econometrics and Advances in Econometrics, as well as a variety of healthcare and medical journals.
Farrell earned a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Michigan, as well as an M.A. in statistics. Farrell pursued undergraduate studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he earned S.B. degrees in mathematics and economics. He has experience teaching statistics and econometrics at the undergraduate and graduate level.
Prior to his graduate studies, Farrell worked at the Center for Research on Health Care at the University of Pittsburgh and at Analysis Group, Inc, where he worked on a variety of statistical and economic consulting issues.