Anders Holm, Professor
Cross appointed with the Department of Economics
PhD, Economics, University of Copenhagen
Anders Holm is an economist who teaches and researches social stratification and inequality in health. He builds on the quantitative methods used in economics to study analysis of causal effects in sociology. He has published on results of education interventions, family income and parental benefits, factors affecting cognition, and on quantitative methods. Dr. Holm's current project is working to develop infrastructure for collaborative research with administrative data.
Areas of Specialization
- Quantitative methods;
- Socioeconomic status over the lifecourse;
- Social stratification;
- Inter-generational mobility;
- Sociology of health
- "Effects of a classroom management intervention on student selective attention: results from a randomized controlled trial"
2019; School Effectiveness and School Improvement; Maria Keilow | Anders Holm | Mette Friis-Hansen | Rune Müller Kristensen
- "Use of Parental Benefits by Family Income in Canada: Two Policy Changes"
2019; Journal of Marriage and Family; Rachel Margolis | Feng Hou | Michael Haan | Anders Holm
- "Socioeconomic Position Across the Life Course and Cognitive Ability Later in Life: The Importance of Considering Early Cognitive Ability"
2019; Journal of Aging and Health; Else Foverskov | Erik Lykke Mortensen | Anders Holm | Jolene Lee Masters Pedersen | Merete Osler | Rikke Lund
- "Medical treatment of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and children’s academic performance"
2018; PLOS One;
- "Modeling Completion of Vocational Education: The Role of Cognitive and Noncognitive Skills by Program Type"
2018; The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy;