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Iourii Manovskii

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Associate Professor of Economics, School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania

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    About

    Professor Manovskii is Associate Professor of Economics, and Associate Editor of Macroeconomic Dynamics, Research Affiliate at the Center for Economic Policy Research, a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research, and a Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) in Bonn. His research encompasses the fields of macroeconomics and labor economics, focusing on the quantitative study of labor markets (employment, unemployment, vacancies, human capital accumulation and destruction, the determination of wages, worker mobility across jobs and occupations, and the behavior of these variables over the business cycle) using dynamic general equilibrium models developed mostly in the field of macroeconomics. These calibrated models are used to study the effects of policies, such as progressive taxes, employer-based health insurance system, and government worker training programs.

    Selected Publications

    “Identifying Equilibrium Models of Labor Market Sorting,” with Marcus Hagedorn and Tzuo Law. Econometrica, Forthcoming.

    “Taxation and Unemployment in Models with Heterogeneous Workers,” with Marcus Hagedorn and Sergiy Stetsenko. Review of Economic Dynamics, 19(1) Jan. 2016, pp. 161-189.

    “The U-Shapes of Occupational Mobility,” with Fane Groes and Philipp Kircher. Review of Economic Studies, 82(2) April 2015, pp. 659-692.

    “The Price of Experience,” with Hyeok Jeong and Yong Kim. American Economic Review, 105(2) Feb. 2015, pp. 784-815.

    “Job Selection and Wages Over the Business Cycle,” with Marcus Hagedorn. American Economic Review, 103(2) April 2013, pp. 771-803.

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    Associate Professor of Economics, School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania

    School/Department

    Areas of Interest

      About

      Professor Manovskii is Associate Professor of Economics, and Associate Editor of Macroeconomic Dynamics, Research Affiliate at the Center for Economic Policy Research, a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research, and a Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) in Bonn. His research encompasses the fields of macroeconomics and labor economics, focusing on the quantitative study of labor markets (employment, unemployment, vacancies, human capital accumulation and destruction, the determination of wages, worker mobility across jobs and occupations, and the behavior of these variables over the business cycle) using dynamic general equilibrium models developed mostly in the field of macroeconomics. These calibrated models are used to study the effects of policies, such as progressive taxes, employer-based health insurance system, and government worker training programs.

      Selected Publications

      “Identifying Equilibrium Models of Labor Market Sorting,” with Marcus Hagedorn and Tzuo Law. Econometrica, Forthcoming.

      “Taxation and Unemployment in Models with Heterogeneous Workers,” with Marcus Hagedorn and Sergiy Stetsenko. Review of Economic Dynamics, 19(1) Jan. 2016, pp. 161-189.

      “The U-Shapes of Occupational Mobility,” with Fane Groes and Philipp Kircher. Review of Economic Studies, 82(2) April 2015, pp. 659-692.

      “The Price of Experience,” with Hyeok Jeong and Yong Kim. American Economic Review, 105(2) Feb. 2015, pp. 784-815.

      “Job Selection and Wages Over the Business Cycle,” with Marcus Hagedorn. American Economic Review, 103(2) April 2013, pp. 771-803.

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