Benjamin Master

Benjamin Master
Associate Policy Researcher
Washington Office


Ph.D. in education policy, Stanford University


Benjamin Master is an associate policy researcher in the Economics, Sociology, and Statistics department at the RAND Corporation. Master earned a Ph.D. in education policy and organization studies at Stanford University. His research has focused on the area of human capital development, particularly for staff and students in K-12 school settings. Master has managed large-scale research projects related to providing training and support for school leaders and teachers. He has methodological expertise in longitudinal data analysis, quasi-experimental techniques to support causal inference, value-added modeling, survey methods and analyses, and experimental research design.