My recent research revolves around the issue of earnings inequality in Canada and other countries. I am also interested in econometric methods used to analyze the earnings distribution and regression discontinuity designs. I obtained my Ph.D. from Princeton University.
My main area of research and teaching include microeconomic theory, theory of contracts and organizations, and games and decisions. I obtained my Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, IL, USA.
My research fields consist of contract theory, applied game theory, and information economics. I am deeply interested in the interaction of information and incentives in various economics and political environments. I obtained my Ph.D. from MIT in Cambridge, MA, USA.
My main area of research is Econometrics, where I have been working on topics of misspecification, weak identification, and many other topics within this subject. I obtained my Ph.D. from Yale University in New Haven, CT, USA.
My research spans the fields of public and labour economics, with a focus on the economics of children and the elderly, as well as other tax and labour market policy topics. I obtained my Ph.D from the University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.