School of Economics

Past Seminars

Lusch’s research explores taxation and business strategy.

Peter Kuhn, PhD’s research interests include discrimination, turnover costs, China’s labor markets and the internet’s role as a labor market matchmaker.

Professor Yang’s research includes empirical industrial organization and how market structure and market design drive innovation, product variety and efficiency.

Menzio’s research focuses on the conceptual, and occasionally empirical, analysis of labor markets where finding trading partners is time-consuming.

Lazarev’s research interests include industrial organization, applied microeconomics and econometrists.

Manning’s research interests include labor markets, unemployment, minimum wages, monopsony, immigration and the gender wage gap.

Xiao’s research interests include industrial organization and applied microeconomics.

Sullivan’s research interests include industrial organization and applied microeconomics.

Mirko research interests include macroeconomics, monetary economics, and information economics.

Keshav research interests include macroeconomics, monetary economics and fiscal policy.

Prof. Rosenthal’s research includes Urban economics, state and local public economies, real estate finance and housing

Junji Xiao research interest are in the fields of empirical industrial organization, environmental economics and China economy.

Isabelle Méjean’s research interest include International Macroeconomics and Trade

Jason Simerville’s research interest include Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Public Economics

Edouard Schaal’s research interests include macroeconomics, business cycles, informational frictions, search and matching and economic geography.