Department of Economics

Professor with special responsibilities


Pontus Rendahl as a Professor of Economics (MSO) at Copenhagen Business School. His research focuses on macroeconomics both from a theoretical and empirical point of view, in addition to computational methods in economics. His research has been published in journals such as the Review of Economic Studies, the Journal of the European Economic Association, the Economic Journal, and several others. He received a BA and MA from Lund University in Sweden, and a PhD in Economics at the European University Institute, and has previously held positions at the University of Cambridge and University of California, Davis.

Curriculum Vitae
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Selected publications

Technology, Market Structure, and the Gains From Trade (with G. Impulitti and O. Licandro), Journal of International Economics, vol 135, 2022.

Volitile Hiring: Uncertainty in Search and Matching Models (with W. Den Haan and L. Freund), Journal of Monetary Economics, vol 123, pp. 1-18 (lead article)

Unemployment (fears) and Deflationary Spirals (with with W. J. den Haan and M. Riegler), Journal of the European Economic Association, vol 16 (5), 2018, pp. 1281–1349 (lead article).

Fiscal Policy in an Unemployment Crisis, Review of Economic Studies, vol. 83 (3), 2016, pp. 1189-1224.

Inequality Constraints and Euler Equation Based Solution Methods, Economic Journal, vol. 125, 2015, pp. 1110-1135.

Publications sorted by:
Giammario Impullitti; Omar Licandro; Pontus Rendahl / Technology, Market Structure and the Gains from Trade
In: Journal of International Economics, Vol. 135, 3.2022
Journal article > peer review
Wouter J. Den Haan; Lukas B. Freund; Pontus Rendahl / Volatile Hiring : Uncertainty in Search and Matching Models.
In: Journal of Monetary Economics, Vol. 123, 10.2021
Journal article > peer review
Wouter J. Den Haan; Pontus Rendahl; Markus Riegler / Unemployment (Fears) and Deflationary Spirals
In: Journal of the European Economic Association, Vol. 16, No. 5, 10.2018, p. 1281-1349
Journal article > peer review
Outside activities

University of Cambridge, Reader, January - March 2021