Assistant Professor of Economics
9/29/14 – 10/3/14
Michael Dickstein specializes in health economics. His recent work in the health field examines such questions as how physicians respond to new information about prescription drugs and whether physician decisions are improved by taking board certification exams. His research interests also include econometrics and industrial organization.
He joined the Stanford University economics faculty in 2012. Dickstein also is a research fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research.
Dickstein graduated summa cum laude from Cornell University with a bachelor's degree in applied economics. Additionally, he was awarded the Degree Marshall, an honor reserved for the top two graduates. He went on to earn a master's Degree and doctorate from Harvard.
Dickstein will be presenting at the CHESS workshop on October 2, 2014.