Prof. Isaiah Smith Andrews

Professor of Economics

Primary DLC

Department of Economics

MIT Room: E52-530


Noah Siderhurst

Areas of Interest and Expertise


Research Summary

Isaiah Andrews is a professor in the Department of Economics. He is an econometrician who develops reliable and broadly applicable methods of statistical inference to address key challenges in economics, social science, and medicine. He is the recipient of the prestigious John Bates Clark Medal, a MacArthur Fellowship, and a Sloan Research Fellowship. Andrews earned his PhD in economics from MIT and served as an assistant and associate professor in the Department of Economics from 2016 to 2018. He returned to MIT as a full professor in 2023 after spending five years at Harvard University.

Recent Work