My main research interests are macroeconomics and labor economics. Specifically, I focus on search and matching theory, business cycle analysis, worker mobility, labor market institutions, wage setting processes, and wage inequality. My research is mainly dedicated to gaining a better macroeconomic understanding of labor markets, and I pursue this objective using both applied macro theory and applied econometrics. Additional work has focused on long-run demographic fluctuations and their impacts on inflation and asset prices.
Macroeconomics, Labor Economics
Macro Labor Economics:
Copenhagen Business School, PhD program, 2014 & 2017
Copenhagen Business School, IB program (BA), 2013 - present
Copenhagen Business School, IBP program (BA), 2013 - present
International Macroeconomics and Finance:
Copenhagen Business School, MSc concentration in Supply Chain Management (MA), 2013 - present
Copenhagen Business School, MBA program, 2015 - present
I: Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 26, Nr. 19, 2019, s. 1558-1562
I: Economics Letters, Vol. 181, 8.2019, s. 17-21
I: Labour Economics, Vol. 55, 12.2018, s. 300-327
I: Labour Economics, Vol. 48, 10.2017, s. 1-22
Paper presented at Conference on Markets with Search Frictions, 2017
Bonn : IZA 2017, 34 s. (IZA Discussion Paper, Nr. 10601)
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2016, 42 s.
Warwick : University of Warwick 2015, 59 s.
Paper presented at The 8th Max Weber Fellows’ June Conference, 2014
Paper presented at European Economic Association & Econometric Society 2011 Parallel Meetings, 2011