The U.S. Labor Market during the Pandemic
- Date and Time: Thursday, April 29, 2021 4:00PM EST
- Hosts: Yale Economic Growth Center and the IDE MA Program
- Location: Zoom Registration Required
Current and recently admitted IDE students and Alumni are welcome to join a guest seminar with Assitant Professor of Economics Ilse Lindenlaub. Registration is required in advance.
A joint initiative of the International and Development Economics (IDE) Masters Program and the Economic Growth Center (EGC) at Yale University, the IDE Research to Policy Seminar Series provides a forum for EGC faculty, IDE alumni and other invited speakers to share with IDE students expertise, insights and experiences related to the channels through which research is able to inform policy-making in countries around the world.
Ilse Lindenlaub is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Yale. Professor Lindenlaub studies sorting, search and matching both from a micro and macroeconomic perspective. Her current research projects focus on sorting with multidimensional heterogeneity, matching with pre-match investment as well as on-the job search as a driver of business cycles