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Quarterly Journal of Economics, 135(2), 2020, 561-644 (lead article)
The Review of Economic Studies, 87(3), 2020, 1134-1173
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, 11(4), 2019, 175-234
Theoretical Economics, 13, 2018, 377-414
Annual Review of Economics, 10, 2018, 1-29
Econometrica, 86(1), 2018, 85-132
Journal of Economic Literature, 55(2), 2017, 493-544
Journal of Economic Theory, 160, 2015, 317-339
International Economic Review, 55(3), 2014, 625-664
Journal of Political Economy, 122(3), 2014, 554-620
Journal of Economic Theory, 147(2), 2012, 657-683
The Review of Economic Studies, 78, 2011, 872-906
Econometrica, 78(2), 2010, 539-574
American Economic Review, 100, 2010, 1104-1135
Journal of Economic Theory, 145, 2010, 1354-1385
Journal of the European Economic Association, 8(5), 2010, 947-988
Journal of Public Economic Theory, 11(6), 2009, 927-945
American Economic Review, 99, 2009, 1676-1683
Journal of Economic Theory, 139(1), 2008, 269-294
The Review of Economic Studies, 73(1), 2006, 31-53
American Economic Review, 94(5), 2004, 1429-1451
Short Bio and Picture
Jan Eeckhout is ICREA-GSE research professor of Economics at UPF Barcelona. He has teaching andresearch interests in macroeconomics, with a special emphasis on the labor market. He studies the macroeconomic implications of market power, as well as unemployment and inequality.
His work has featured in the media, including The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, New York Times, Vox News and Bloomberg. His papers are published in top economics journals, the American Economic Review, Econometrica, the Quarterly Journal of Economics, the Journal of Political Economy, the Review of Economic Studies, and he has received support for his research from numerous government grants, including funding from the National Science Foundation (US) and the European Research Council (Starting and Advanced Grants), as well as private grants. He has advised over 40 Ph.D. students who have placed in academic positions from Yale to Chicago and from Beijing to Canberra, as well as in non-academic positions.
Jan Eeckhout has been a tenured professor at the University of Pennsylvania and at University College London. He has also been the Louis A. Simpson Visiting Professor at Princeton University, he has been a visiting professor at NYU Stern and he has been a visiting scholar at MIT. At UPF he has beenthe chairman of the Department of Economics and Business. He has been editor of the International Economic Review and is currently on the editorial board of the Review of Economic Dynamics and the Journal of Economic Theory, and is past editorial board member of the Journal of the European Economic Association. He is a fellow of the Econometric Society and of the European EconomicAssociation, and he is a member of the Academia Europaea. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the London School of Economics in 1998.
- “The Rise of Market Power and the Macroeconomic Implications” J. De Loecker, J. Eeckhout, G. Unger Quarterly Journal of Economics135(2), 2020, 561-644
- “Assortative Matching with Large Firms”, J. Eeckhout, P. Kircher Econometrica86(1), 2018, 85-132
- “Spatial Sorting” J. Eeckhout, R. Pinheiro, K. Schmidheiny, Journal of Political Economy122(3), 2014, 554-620
- “Gibrat’s Law for (All) Cities”, J. Eeckhout, American Economic Review94(5), 2004, 1429-1451
- “Identifying Sorting – In Theory”, J. Eeckhout, P. Kircher, Review of Economic Studies78, 2011, 872-906