John DiNardo is a professor of economics and public policy and a visiting professor at the U-M Law School. His interests include applied econometrics, labor economics, health economics, political science, and a little bit of philosophy. Two of his recent publications include "Wellness Incentives In The Workplace: Cost Savings Through Cost Shifting To Unhealthy Workers" and "New Evidence on the Finite Sample Properties of Propensity Score Reweighting and Matching Estimators." He is working on a number of projects including a paper on the impacts of labor unions on wages and inequality and a revision of his textbook Econometric Methods. He received a BA and an MPP from the University of Michigan and his PhD from Princeton University.