Andrew Gray

Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics

Andrew Gray

Andrew Gray

Prior to joining Olin, Andrew earned his Ph.D in Economics from Johns Hopkins University. His research interests in applied microeconomics include labor economics, the economics of education, and individual economic precarity. He cannot ‘select’ any publications to list here yet, but someday soon he will.

Area of Expertise

Economics, Health Economics, Microeconomics/ Industrial Organization


  • Ph D 2019, Johns Hopkins University
  • MA 2015, Johns Hopkins University
  • BA 2010, University of Notre Dame


  • Bruce Hamilton Research Seminar Award, Johns Hopkins University, 2019
  • Bruce Hamilton Research Seminar Award, Johns Hopkins University, 2018
  • Dean's Teaching Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University, 2018
  • Joel Dean Undergraduate Teaching Award, Johns Hopkins University, 2018
  • George Owen Fellowship (2013-2016), Johns Hopkins University, 2013
  • Dean's List (2006-2010), University of Notre Dam, 2006
  • Glynn Family Honors Program (2006-2010), University of Notre Dame, 2006

Research Interests

Labor economics, economics of education, structural microeconomics

Personal Interests

Having just moved here, Andrew is busy exploring the city of St. Louis, and is personally interested in your suggestions for good places to get food and hear music. He enjoys playing basketball and Scrabble, and is honestly probably better than you at Mario Kart 8


Andrew Gray