Raffaele Saggio

Assistant Professor

My main research area is in labor economics. In particular, I study how alternative work arrangements impact the labor market outcomes of both firms and workers. I am also interested in applied econometrics, specifically in methods concerning the study of matched employer-employee datasets. I obtained my Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley.

To learn about my research, visit my website.

Winter 2020

ECON490 Seminar in Applied Economics Sections

Selected problems and issues in the theory and practice of Economics. Each section will focus on a different field. Restricted to Economics Majors, and Combined Majors in Economics their final academic session.

Winter 2020

ECON560 Economics of Labour Sections

Winter 2020

ECON628 Topics in Applied Econometrics I Sections