Bart Hobijn
Curriculum Vitae
Department of Economics, Arizona State University
501 E. Orange St.
Tempe, AZ 85287-9801, USA
T +1-480-965-0215
B bhobijn@asu.edu
Í www.barthobijn.net
July 31, 2021
Fields of Specialization
Applied
Macroeco-
nomics
Emphasis on three topics: Labor Market Dynamics, Economic Growth and Techno-
logical Progress, Price Measurement.
Education
1995–2001 Ph.D. Economics, New York University, New York.
1989–1995 M.Sc. Econometrics, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Experience
Main positions
2021–Now Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, USA.
Visiting Fellow 2021/6-2022/5
2015–Now Arizona State University, W.P. Carey School of Business, Tempe, AZ, USA.
Full Professor in Economics On leave 2021/6-2022/5
2009–2014 VU University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
2011–2014 Part-time Full Professor in Economics
2009–2011 Part-time Visiting Professor in Economics
2008–2015 Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, USA.
2010–2015 Senior Research Advisor
2008–2010 Research Advisor
2000–2008 Federal Reserve Bank of New York, New York City, NY, USA.
2006–2008 Research Officer
2000–2006 Economist / Senior Economist
Other affiliations, service, and committees
2017–Now The Conference Board, Labor Markets Center Advisory Board, Member.
2016–Now Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Visiting scholar.
2015–Now Conference on Research in Income and Wealth, Member.
2014–Now Bureau of Labor Statistics, Technical Advisory Committee, Member.
2010–2014 Tinbergen Institute, Research Fellow.
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Academic publications
2021
Bonam, Dennis and Bart Hobijn (2021). “Generalized Stability of Monetary Unions
Under Regime Switching in Monetary and Fiscal Policies”. In: Journal of Money,
Credit and Banking 53.1, pp. 73–94.
Hobijn, Bart, Fernanda Nechio, and Adam Hale Shapiro (2021). “Using Brexit to
identify the nature of price rigidities”. In: Journal of International Economics 130,
p. 103448. issn: 0022-1996.
2020
Daly, Mary C., Bart Hobijn, and Joseph H. Pedtke (2020). “Labor market dynamics
and black–white earnings gaps”. In: Economics Letters 186, p. 108807. issn: 0165-
1765.
2019
Elsby, Michael et al. (2019). “Flow Origins of Labor Force Participation Fluctuations”.
In: American Economic Review (Papers and Proceedings) 109.5, pp. 461–464.
Hobijn, Bart and Fernanda Nechio (2019). “Sticker shocks: using VAT changes
to estimate upper-level elasticities of substitution”. In: Journal of the European
Economic Association 17.3, pp. 799–833.
2017
Bosler, Canyon et al. (2017). “The Outlook for U.S. Labor-Quality Growth”. In:
Hulten, Charles and Valerie Ramey. Education, Skills, and Technical Change: Impli-
cations for Future U.S. GDP Growth. University of Chicago Press.
Daly, Mary C. and Bart Hobijn (2017). “Composition and Aggregate Real Wage
Growth”. In: American Economic Review (Papers and Proceedings) 107.5, pp. 349–
52.
2016
Carrillo-Tudela, Carlos et al. (2016). “The extent and cyclicality of career changes:
Evidence for the U.K”. In: European Economic Review 84.C, pp. 18–41.
2015
Elsby, Michael W.L., Bart Hobijn, and Ayşegül Şahin (2015). “On the importance
of the participation margin for labor market fluctuations”. In: Journal of Monetary
Economics 72.C, pp. 64–82.
Hale, Galina and Bart Hobijn (2015). “Share of Imports and Commodities in
Consumption and Investment in the United States”. In: Uncovering Value Added in
Trade: New Approaches to Analyzing Global Value Chains. World Scientific Book
Chapters. World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd. Chap. 6, pp. 101–112.
2014
Daly, Mary C. and Bart Hobijn (2014). “Downward Nominal Wage Rigidities Bend
the Phillips Curve”. In: Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 46.S2, pp. 51–93.
2013
Elsby, Michael, Bart Hobijn, and Ayşegül Şahin (2013a). “The Decline of the U.S.
Labor Share”. In: Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 44.2 (Fall), pp. 1–63.
Elsby, Michael W. L., Bart Hobijn, and Ayşegül Şahin (2013b). “Unemployment
Dynamics in the OECD”. In: The Review of Economics and Statistics 95.2, pp. 530–
548.
Hobijn, Bart and Ayşegül Şahin (2013). “Beveridge Curve Shifts across Countries
since the Great Recession”. In: IMF Economic Review 61.4, pp. 566–600.
Hobijn, Bart and Ayşegül Şahin (Jan. 2013). “Firms And Flexibility”. In: Economic
Inquiry 51.1, pp. 922–940.
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2012
Barnichon, Regis et al. (2012). “Which industries are shifting the Beveridge curve?”
In: Monthly Labor Review June 2012, pp. 25–37.
Daly, Mary C. et al. (2012a). “A Search and Matching Approach to Labor Markets:
Did the Natural Rate of Unemployment Rise?” In: Journal of Economic Perspectives
26.3, pp. 3–26.
2011
Comin, Diego and Bart Hobijn (2011). “Technology Diffusion and Postwar Growth”.
In: NBER Macroeconomics Annual 2010, Volume 25. NBER Chapters. National
Bureau of Economic Research, Inc, pp. 209–246.
Eusepi, Stefano, Bart Hobijn, and Andrea Tambalotti (2011). “CONDI: A Cost-of-
Nominal-Distortions Index”. In: American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 3.3,
pp. 53–91.
W. L. Elsby, Michael et al. (Sept. 2011). “The Labor Market in the Great Reces-
sion—An Update to September 2011”. In: Brookings Papers on Economic Activity
Fall 2011, pp. 353–384.
2010
Comin, Diego and Bart Hobijn (2010). “An Exploration of Technology Diffusion”.
In: American Economic Review 100.5, pp. 2031–2059.
Elsby, Michael W. L., Bart Hobijn, and Ayşegül Şahin (2010). “The Labor Market
in the Great Recession”. In: Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 41.1 (Spring),
pp. 1–69.
2009
Comin, Diego and Bart Hobijn (2009a). “Lobbies and Technology Diffusion”. In:
The Review of Economics and Statistics 91.2, pp. 229–244.
Hobijn, Bart and Ayşegül Şahin (2009). “Job-finding and separation rates in the
OECD”. In: Economics Letters 104.3, pp. 107–111.
2008
Comin, Diego, Bart Hobijn, and Emilie Rovito (2008a). “Technology usage lags”.
In: Journal of Economic Growth 13.4, pp. 237–256.
Comin, Diego, Bart Hobijn, and Emilie Rovito (2008b). “A new approach to mea-
suring technology with an application to the shape of the diffusion curves”. In: The
Journal of Technology Transfer 33.2, pp. 187–207.
2007
Bech, Morten L. and Bart Hobijn (2007). “Technology Diffusion within Central
Banking: The Case of Real-Time Gross Settlement”. In: International Journal of
Central Banking 3.3, pp. 147–181.
2006
Hobijn, Bart, Federico Ravenna, and Andrea Tambalotti (2006). “Menu Costs at
Work: Restaurant Prices and the Introduction of the Euro”. In: The Quarterly
Journal of Economics 121.3, pp. 1103–1131.
2005
Hobijn, Bart and David Lagakos (2005). “Inflation Inequality In The United States”.
In: Review of Income and Wealth 51.4, pp. 581–606.
2004
Comin, Diego and Bart Hobijn (2004). “Cross-country technology adoption: making
the theories face the facts”. In: Journal of Monetary Economics (Carnegie-Rochester
Conference Series) 51.1, pp. 39–83.
Hobijn, Bart, Philip Hans Franses, and Marius Ooms (2004). “Generalizations of
the KPSS-test for stationarity”. In: Statistica Neerlandica 58.4, pp. 483–502.
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2003
Benhabib, Jess and Bart Hobijn (2003). Another View of Investment: 40 Years
Later. In: Stiglitz, Joseph et al. Knowledge, Information and Expectations in Mod-
ern Macroeconomics: In Honor of Edmund S. Phelps. Princeton University Press:
Princeton, pp. 522–545.
2001
Boer, Paul de et al. (2001). Did Trade Liberalization Induce a Structural Break in
Imports of Manufactures in Turkey? In: R.Kulikowski, Z.Nahorski and J.W.Owsinski
(eds.) Modelling of Economic Transition Phenomena. University of Information
Technology and Management Press: Warsaw, pp. 198–219.
Hobijn, Bart and Philip Hans Franses (2001). “Are living standards converging?” In:
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics 12.2, pp. 171–200.
Hobijn, Bart and Boyan Jovanovic (2001). “The Information-Technology Revolution
and the Stock Market: Evidence”. In: American Economic Review 91.5, pp. 1203–
1220.
2000 Hobijn, Bart and Philip Hans Franses (2000). “Asymptotically perfect and relative
convergence of productivity”. In: Journal of Applied Econometrics 15.1, pp. 59–81.
1998
Franses, Philip Hans and Bart Hobijn (1998). “Increasing seasonal variation; unit
roots versus shifts in mean and trend”. In: Applied Stochastic Models and Data
Analysis 14.3, pp. 255–261.
1997
Franses, Philip Hans and Bart Hobijn (1997). “Critical values for unit root tests in
seasonal time series”. In: Journal of Applied Statistics 24.1, pp. 25–48.
1996
Lesuis, Piet J. J. et al. (1996). “Structural Models of Factor Demands and Techno-
logical Change: An Empirical Assessment of Dynamic Adjustment Specifications for
Sectors of the Dutch Economy”. In: Economic Systems Research 8.4, pp. 341–360.
Federal Reserve publications
2021
Gilchrist, Troy D. and Bart Hobijn (2021). “The Divergent Signals about Labor
Market Slack”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2021.25, pp. 01–05.
2020
Crust, Erin E., Mary C. Daly, and Bart Hobijn (2020). “The Illusion of Wage
Growth”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2020.26, pp. 01–05.
2019
Hale, Galina et al. (2019). “How Much Do We Spend on Imports?” In: FRBSF
Economic Letter 2019-01.
Hobijn, Bart et al. (2019). “The Brexit Price Spike”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter
2019-20.
2017
Daly, Mary C., Bart Hobijn, and Joseph H. Pedtke (2017). “Disappointing Facts
about the Black-White Wage Gap”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2017-26.
2016
Daly, Mary C., Bart Hobijn, and Benjamin Pyle (2016). “What’s up with Wage
Growth?” In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2016-7.
2015
Carrillo-Tudela, Carlos et al. (2015). “Majority of hires never report looking for a
job”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2015-10.
Daly, Mary C. and Bart Hobijn (2015). “Why is wage growth so slow?” In: FRBSF
Economic Letter 2015-1.
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Hobijn, Bart and Alexander Nussbacher (2015). “The stimulative effect of redistri-
bution”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2015-21.
2014
Carrillo-Tudela, Carlos, Bart Hobijn, and Ludo Visschers (2014). “Career changes
decline during recessions”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2014-9.
Hobijn, Bart and Leila Bengali (2014). “The wage growth gap for recent college
grads”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2014-22.
2013
Daly, Mary C., Bart Hobijn, and Benjamin Bradshaw (2013). “Gauging the momen-
tum of the labor recovery”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2013-30.
Daly, Mary C., Bart Hobijn, and Timothy Ni (2013). “The path of wage growth
and unemployment”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2013-20.
2012
Daly, Mary C., Bart Hobijn, and Brian Lucking (2012). “Why has wage growth
stayed strong?” In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2012-10.
Daly, Mary C. et al. (2012b). “Will the jobless rate drop take a break?” In: FRBSF
Economic Letter 2012-37.
Hale, Galina, Bart Hobijn, and Rachna Raina (2012). “Commodity prices and PCE
inflation”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2012-14.
2011
Hale, Galina and Bart Hobijn (2011). “The U.S. content of “Made in China””. In:
FRBSF Economic Letter 2011-25.
Hobijn, Bart and Ayşegül Şahin (2011). “Do initial claims overstate layoffs?” In:
FRBSF Economic Letter 2011-4.
Hobijn, Bart, Colin Gardiner, and Theodore S. Wiles (2011). “Recent college
graduates and the labor market”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2011-9.
Hobijn, Bart, John Krainer, and David Lang (2011). “Cap rates and commercial
property prices”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2011-29.
2010
Şahin, Ayşegül, Joseph Song, and Bart Hobijn (2010). “The unemployment gender
gap during the 2007 recession”. In: Current Issues in Economics and Finance 16.Feb.
Daly, Mary C. and Bart Hobijn (2010). “Okun’s law and the unemployment surprise
of 2009”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2010-7.
Hobijn, Bart, Stefano Eusepi, and Andrea Tambalotti (2010). “The housing drag on
core inflation”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2010-11.
Hobijn, Bart and Colin Gardiner (2010). “The breadth of disinflation”. In: FRBSF
Economic Letter 2010-36.
Kwok, Joyce, Mary C. Daly, and Bart Hobijn (2010). “Labor force participation and
the future path of unemployment”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2010-27.
2009
Daly, Mary C., Bart Hobijn, and Joyce Kwok (2009a). “Labor supply responses to
changes in wealth and credit”. In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2009-5.
Daly, Mary C., Bart Hobijn, and Joyce Kwok (2009b). “Jobless recovery redux?” In:
FRBSF Economic Letter 2009-18.
Hobijn, Bart (2009). “The Tech Pulse Index: recent trends in tech-sector activity”.
In: FRBSF Economic Letter 2009-3.
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Hobijn, Bart and Charles Steindel (2009). “Do alternative measures of GDP affect
its interpretation?” In: Current Issues in Economics and Finance 15.Nov.
2008
Hobijn, Bart (2008). “Commodity price movements and PCE inflation”. In: Current
Issues in Economics and Finance 14.Nov.
2007
Hobijn, Bart and Erick Sager (2007). “What has homeland security cost? an
assessment: 2001-2005”. In: Current Issues in Economics and Finance 13.Feb.
2005
Groshen, Erica L., Bart Hobijn, and Margaret M. McConnell (2005). “U.S. jobs
gained and lost through trade: a net measure”. In: Current Issues in Economics and
Finance 11.Aug.
2003
Hobijn, Bart and David Lagakos (2003). “Social security and the consumer price
index for the elderly”. In: Current Issues in Economics and Finance 9.May.
Hobijn, Bart, Kevin J. Stiroh, and Alexis Antoniades (2003). “Taking the pulse
of the tech sector: a coincident index of high-tech activity”. In: Current Issues in
Economics and Finance 9.Oct.
2002
Hobijn, Bart (2002a). “What will homeland security cost?” In: Economic Policy
Review Nov, pp. 21–33.
Other publications
2020
Hobijn, Bart (2020). “The Supply-Side Origins of U.S. Inflation”. In: Changing
Inflation Dynamics,Evolving Monetary Policy. Ed. by Gonzalo Castex, Jordi Galí,
and Diego Saravia. Vol. 27. Central Banking, Analysis, and Economic Policies Book
Series. Central Bank of Chile. Chap. 7, pp. 227–268.
2017
Bonam, Dennis and Bart Hobijn (2017). “Ruim begrotingsbeleid vereist sterke
toekomstige schuldstabilisering”. In: Economisch Statistische Berichten 102, pp. 22–
24.
2012
Comin, Diego and Bart Hobijn (2012). “How Early Adoption Has Increased
Wealth—Until Now”. In: Harvard Business Review 90, pp. 34–35.
T., Dickens William and Triest Robert K. (2012). “Second Discussant Comment on
Potential Effects of the Great Recession on the U.S. Labor Market”. In: The B.E.
Journal of Macroeconomics 12.3, pp. 1–41.
2009
Elsby, Michael W.L., Bart Hobijn, and Ayşegül Şahin (2009). “Unemployment in
the Current Crisis”. In: VOX February 14 2009.
1996
Hobijn, Bart and Philip Hans Franses (1996). “Convergentie levensstandaard treedt
niet op”. In: Economisch Statistische Berichten 81, pp. 10–12.
Working papers
2020
Esfahani, Mehrdad, John G. Fernald, and Bart Hobijn (Mar. 2020). World Produc-
tivity: 1996 - 2014. Working Paper Series 2020-17. Federal Reserve Bank of San
Francisco.
2018
Hobijn, Bart, Todd Schoellman, and Alberto Vindas-Quesada (2018). “Structural
Transformation by Cohort”.
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2016
Daly, Mary C. and Bart Hobijn (Mar. 2016). The intensive and extensive margins of
real wage adjustment. Working Paper Series 2016-4. Federal Reserve Bank of San
Francisco.
Hobijn, Bart and Patryk Perkowsky (2016). “The Industry-Occupation Mix of U.S.
Job Openings and Hires”.
2009
Comin, Diego A and Bart Hobijn (2009b). The CHAT Dataset. Working Paper
15319. National Bureau of Economic Research.
Hobijn, Bart et al. (2009). Household inflation experiences in the U.S.: a compre-
hensive approach. Working Paper Series 2009-19. Federal Reserve Bank of San
Francisco.
2007
Comin, Diego and Bart Hobijn (Feb. 2007). Implementing Technology. NBER
Working Papers 12886. National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
2006
Comin, Diego, Bart Hobijn, and Emilie Rovito (Jan. 2006). Five Facts You Need to
Know About Technology Diffusion. NBER Working Papers 11928. National Bureau
of Economic Research, Inc.
2002
Hobijn, Bart (2002b). On both sides of the quality bias in price indexes. Staff Reports
157. Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
2001
Hobijn, Bart (2001). Is equipment price deflation a statistical artifact? Staff Reports
139. Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Academic presentations and speeches
Presentations
AEA Meetings, Arizona State University, Banque de France, Bank of Canada, Bank
of England, Boston College, Brookings Institution, Bundesbank, Carnegie Rochester
Conference on Public Policy, Catholic University Louvain-la-Neuve, City University
New York, Danske National Bank, Deutsches Institut fur Wirtschaftsforschung,
ECB/IMOP conference, Drexel University, Einaudi Institute for Economics and
Finance, EEA/ESEM, Erasmus University Rotterdam, ES-NASM, European Central
Bank, European University Institute, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Federal
Reserve Bank of Chicago, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Federal Reserve
Bank of New York, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Federal Reserve Bank
of San Francisco, Federal Reserve Board of Governors, Georgetown University,
Goethe Universität, HEC Montreal, INSEAD, IZA, International Input-Output
Association meeting, London School of Economics, McGill University, Ministry
of Economic Affairs (Netherlands), National Association of Business Economists,
National Bank of Ukraine, NBER Labor Studies, NBER Economic Growth, NBER
Summer Institute, NBER Economic Fluctuations and Growth Meeting, New York
University, Norges Bank, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Rutgers University, Society for
Economic Dynamics, Universiteit van Amsterdam, University of British Columbia,
University of California at Davis, University of California at Santa Cruz, University
of Edinburgh, University of Maryland, University of Texas Austin, University of Vigo,
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Washington University St. Louis.
Keynote “U.S. Labor Market Dynamics”, Bank of England, October 11, 2012.
Dataset
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2009 The CHAT Dataset
, (with Diego Comin), NBER Working Paper #15319, August
2009.
Data available at NBER: http://www.nber.org/data/chat
Grants
2021 On the Sources and Consequences of the Great Seasonal Moderation
, Co-
principal investigator (with Ayşegül Şahin), NSF grant SES-2048713, August 2021.
$293,000
2007 Innovation and Technology Implementation: Theory and Policy Implications
,
Co-principal investigator (with Diego Comin), NSF grant SBE-738101, August 2007.
$255,587
2005 An Extensive Dataset on Historical Cross-Country Technology Adoption Pat-
terns
, Co-principal investigator (with Diego Comin), NSF grant SES-0742957, Au-
gust 2005.
$120,297
2003 The New York Research Data Center
, Co-principal investigator (with Neil Ben-
nett, Bob Lipsey, and Erica Groshen), NSF grant SES-0517910, July 2003.
$267,886
Peer reviewing
Refereeing
American Economic Review, AER: Insights, Berkeley Economic Press, Canadian
Journal of Economics, De Economist, ECB Working Papers, Economica, Economet-
rica, Economic Inquiry, Economic Journal, Economic Modeling, Economic Systems
Research, Economics Letters, European Economic Review, European Science Foun-
dation, International Economic Review, International Finance, Journal of Applied
Econometrics, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, Journal of Develop-
ment Economics, Journal of Econometrics, Journal of Economic Dynamics and
Control, Journal of Economic Geography, Journal of Economic Growth, Journal of
Economic Theory, Journal of Economics, Race, and Policy, Journal of the European
Economic Association, Journal of Labor Economics, Journal of Money, Credit, and
Banking, Journal of Monetary Economics, Journal of Political Economy, Journal
of Population Economics, Journal of Regional Science, Labour, Labour Economics,
Macroeconomic Dynamics, National Science Foundation, Nederlandse Organisatie
voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek, Oxford Bulleting of Economics and Statistics,
Oxford Economic Papers, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Review in Economic
History, Review of Economics and Statistics, Review of Economic Dynamics, Re-
view of Economic Studies, Review of Income and Wealth, Scandinavian Journal of
Economics, Southern Economic Journal, Smith Richardson Foundation, Structural
Change and Economic Dynamics, The Economic Record
Other Member, Review Panel, National Science Foundation, July 2005.
Awards
2021 AEJ Macro Excellence in Reviewing Award
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Teaching
Awards
2021 Dean’s List for Teaching Impact
, Arizona State University, W.P. Carey School
of Business.
2020 ‘Entrepreneurial Approach to Learning’ Award
, Arizona State University,
W.P. Carey School of Business, For innovation in teaching methods and course
development.
Courses taught
2015–Now Arizona State University, W.P. Carey School of Business.
2020–Now ECN 411: Analysis of the U.S. economy Hybrid class on current analysis and
datareleases
2018–Now ECN 503: Global Business Environment (MBA) Macro and business conditions
2018–Now ASU-EA-ECN 211: Macroeconomic Principles (BA) Online Course on Open EdX
2017 GFA-ECN 211: Macroeconomic Principles (BA) MOOC on EdX
2015–Now ECN 715: Topics Class on Research Methods (PhD) Applied research tools
2015–Now ECN 494: Contemporary Topics in Macroeconomics (BA) Hybrid class on current
analysis and datareleases
2019 INSEAD, Visiting professor.
2019 Summer
MGE: Macroeconomics in the Global Economy (MBA)
2013–2015 UC Berkeley, Adjunct professor.
2014–2015 ECN 141: Advanced Econometrics (BA) honors econometrics
2013 ECN 140: Econometrics (BA)
2009–2014 VU University Amsterdam, Part-time professor.
2009–2014 Advanced Macroeconomics (MA)
2009–2014 International Economics (BA)
2007 City University of New York Graduate Center, Visiting professor.
2007 Econometrics II (PhD)
1996-2008 New York University, Adjunct professor/PhD Student.
2002–2008 Macroeconomic Theory (MA) 2-semester sequence in macroeconomic theory
1999 Intermediate Macroeconomics (BA) Summer course
1998 Principles of Macroeconomics (BA) Summer course
1997 Principles of Microeconomics (BA) Summer course
1996 Introduction to Econometrics (BA)
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Student advising
Arizona State University
Ph.D.
Sujan Bandyopadhyay (committee, current), Matthew Millington (advisor, current),
Long Qian (advisor, current), Siyu Shi (advisor, current), Mehrdad Esfahani (co-
advisor, 2021, Roanoke College), Alberto Vindas-Quesada (advisor, 2019, Central
Bank of Costa Rica), Ryan Wessel (committee, 2016, LDS Church)
BA Kevin Winseck (2019), Peter Scobas (2017)
University of California at Berkeley
BA Trace Levinson (2015), Alexander Nussbacher (2014)
VU University Amsterdam
Ph.D.
Dennis Bonam (committee, 2016, DNB), Petr Sedláček (committee, 2011, University
of Bonn), Zoltan Wolf (committee, 2011, Census Bureau)
MA
Ashwin Kumar (2014), Cindy Biesenbeek (2014), Davey Slenders (2013), Wouter de
Wit (2012), Matthijs Triep (2012, co-advisor), Christina Baicoianu (2011), Marco
Kamstra (2010)
New York University
MA
Hitesh Makhija (2008), Phil Castoro (2007), Agnes Biec (2004), Luis Oliva (2003)
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