Office: Portland, OR
Ph.D. Economics, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
B.A. Mathematics and Economics, Wesleyan University
Dr. Andrew Dyke specializes in program evaluation and applied microeconomic analysis. He develops and applies sophisticated econometric models for many policy areas, including crime, education and labor economics. His recent project work includes student achievement growth modeling for Chalkboard Project’s federally funded Teacher Incentive Fund grant, an evaluation of Oregon’s Employer Workforce Training Fund, and regional economic modeling for TriMet and the Puget Sound Regional Council.
Dyke joined ECONorthwest as an economist in 2006. Prior to that, he was a finance and policy analyst for the Public Health Division of the Oregon Department of Human Services, and he taught economics and statistics courses at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Portland State University, and Pacific University.Download Resume