I'm an Assistant Professor of Economics in the School of Economics at Drexel University.
My research is focused on macroeconomics and labor economics. Specifically, I am interested in how people make decisions during unemployment, the role of information and expectations in labor markets, and the determinants and consequences of long-term joblessness. My recent work also examines the effects of specific labor market policies, including laws restricting the use of non-compete agreements for low-wage workers and laws prohibiting discrimination in hiring.
Search, macroeconomics, labor economics
Canadian Journal of Economics (Forthcoming)E. Bond, M. Crucini and J. Rodrigue
Review of Economic Dynamics (2013)
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