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Professor, Department of Economics, Loyola Marymount University, 2015-Present
Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Loyola Marymount University, 2011-2015
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Loyola Marymount University, 2005-2011
International Consultant, World Bank, 2002-2004
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA (2005)
Ph.D. in Economics
Yale University, New Haven, CT (1998)
B.S. in Applied Mathematics, B.A. in Political Science
Magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa
Healy, Andrew, and Gabriel Lenz. 2014. “Substituting the End for the Whole: Why Voters Respond
Primarily to the Election-Year Economy.” American Journal of Political Science 58(1): 31-47.
Healy, Andrew, Neil Malhotra, and Alexander Kuo. 2014. “Partisan Bias in Blame Attribution: When
Does it Occur?” forthcoming, Journal of Experimental Political Science.
Healy, Andrew and Neil Malhotra. 2014. “Partisan Bias in Telephone Interviewing.” Public Opinion
Quarterly 78(2): 485-499.
Healy, Andrew and Neil Malhotra. 2013. “Childhood Socialization and Political Attitudes: Evidence
from a Natural Experiment.” Journal of Politics 75(4): 1023-1037.
Healy, Andrew and Neil Malhotra. 2013. “Retrospective Voting Reconsidered.” Annual Review of
Political Science 16: 285-306.
Michelson, Melissa R., Neil Malhotra, Andrew Healy, Donald P. Green, Allison Carnegie, and Ali Adam
Valenzuela. 2012. “The Effect of Prepaid Postage on Turnout: A Cautionary Tale for Election
Administrators,” Election Law Review 11(3): 279-290.
Cole, Shawn, Andrew Healy, and Eric Werker. 2012. “Do Voters Demand Responsive Governments?
Evidence from Indian Disaster Relief,” Journal of Development Economics 97(2): 167-181.
Healy, Andrew and Jennifer Pate. 2011. “Can Teams Help to Close the Gender Competition Gap?”
Economic Journal 121: 1192-1204.
Healy, Andrew and Neil Malhotra. 2010. “Random Events, Economic Losses, and Retrospective
Voting: Implications for Democratic Competence," Quarterly Journal of Political Science 5(2): 193-208.
Healy, Andrew, Neil Malhotra, and Cecilia Mo. 2010. “Irrelevant Events Affect Voters' Evaluations of
Government Performance,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107(28): 12506-12511.
Andam, Kwaw S., Paul J. Ferraro, Katharine R.E. Sims, Andrew Healy, and Margaret Holland. 2010.
“Protected Areas Reduced Poverty in Costa Rica and Thailand,” Proceedings of the National Academy of
Sciences 107(22): 9996-10001.
Healy, Andrew and Neil Malhotra. 2009. “Myopic Voters and Natural Disaster Policy,”
American Political Science Review 103(3): 387-406.
Healy, Andrew. 2009. “How Effectively Do People Learn from a Variety of Different
Opinions?” Experimental Economics 12(4): 386-416.
Healy, Andrew. 2008. "Do Firms Have Short Memories? Evidence from Major League
Baseball," Journal of Sports Economics 9(4): 407-424.
Healy, Andrew and Jitsuchon, Somchai. 2007. “Finding the
Economics 18(3): 739-59.
Wantchekon, Leonard and Healy, Andrew. 1999. “The ‘Game’ of Torture,” Journal of Conflict
Resolution, 43(4): 596-609.
Awards, Honors, and Grants
Loyola Marymount Economics Teacher of the Year: 2007, 2012, 2014
Russell Sage Foundation Small Grant in Behavioral Economics: 2003-2004
George and Obie Shultz Fund award: 2003-2004
National Science Foundation, Graduate Research Fellow: 1999-2002
Teaching: Introductory statistics, economic development, econometrics, political economy
Refereeing: American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, American Economic Review, American Journal of Political Science, American Political Science Review, British Journal of Political Science, Economic Journal, Games and Economic Behavior, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Journal of Development Economics, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Journal of Peace Research, Journal of Politics, Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Sports Economics, National Science Foundation, Political Research Quarterly, PS: Political Science and Politics, Public Choice, Public Opinion Quarterly, Review of Economics and Statistics, Social Science Quarterly