Broadly, my research interests lie at the intersection of macroeconomics and labor. My recent work focuses on how the observed behavior of labor market participants---such as the search effort exerted by the unemployed or the wage-setting decisions of firms---can be understood through the lens of models in which individuals have limited or asymmetric information. I also have an enduring interest in interwar trade policy.

Research Interests

Search Theory, Macroeconomics, Labor


Working Papers

       with D. Bernhardt

        with R. Chahrour and S. Chugh


        with E. BondM. Crucini, and J. Rodrigue

        Review of Economic Dynamics, Jan. 2013