SITE Lunch Seminar with Sergei Guriev
How do regulated and unregulated labor markets respond to shocks?
Evidence from immigrants during the Great Recession. Sergei Guriev, SciencesPo, Paris.
2015-11-30 at 12:00
2015-11-30 at 13:00
Room Ohlin, SSE, Bertil Ohlins Gata 5, 5fl.
Sergei Guriev is a Professor of Economics at Sciences Po, Paris. He received his Dr. Sc. (habilitation degree) in Economics (2002) and PhD in Applied Math from the Russian Academy of Science (1994), and M.Sc. Summa Cum Laude from the Moscow Institute of Physics in Technology (1993). In 1997-98, Dr. Guriev visited the Department of Economics at M.I.T. for a one-year post-doctoral placement, and in 2003-2004, the Department of Economics at Princeton University as a Visiting Assistant Professor. In 1999-2013, he was on the faculty of the New Economic School in Moscow, in 2004-13 being a tenured faculty member and Rector of the New Economic School.
He is a Research Fellow at the Center for Economic Policy Research (London), Co-Editor of the Economics of Transition and the 2nd Vice-President of the International Society for New Institutional Economics. He is also member of the board of the Dynasty Foundation, a member of the Scientific Council of the Bruegel think tank (Brussels), of the Advisory Council of the Peterson Institute on International Economics (Washington, DC), and of the Academic Advisory Board, Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford University.
Dr. Guriev's research interests include contract theory, corporate governance, political economics and labor mobility. Dr. Guriev has published in international refereed journals including American Economic Review, Journal of European Economic Association, Journal of Economic Perspectives and American Political Science Review.
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