Dávid Krisztián Nagy
Previously “Growth and Trade in a World of Cities” and “All Aboard: The Aggregate Effects of Port Development”
R&R at the American Economic Journal: Microeconomics
Previously: “City Location and Economic Development”
R&R, Review of Economic Studies
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American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics forthcoming
Journal of Political Economy, 126 (3), 2018, 903-983
Asian Development Review, 34(2), 2017, 1-24
Short Bio and Picture
David Krisztian Nagy is a Junior Researcher at Centre de Recerca en Economia Internacional (CREi), an Adjunct Professor at Universitat Pompeu Fabra and an Affiliated Professor at the Barcelona GSE. He has been a Visiting Scholar at the Minneapolis Fed Opportunity and Inclusive Growth Institute and a Visiting Professor at Columbia University. He obtained his PhD in Economics from Princeton University in 2016, under the supervision of Esteban Rossi-Hansberg. His research focuses on international trade and economic geography. In his papers, he aims at developing quantitative structural tools and combining them with data to examine the drivers of the spatial distribution of economic activity. He has received the Robert E. Lucas Jr. Prize for his paper The geography of development (joint with Klaus Desmet and Esteban Rossi-Hansberg). He is a Co-Editor of the Regional Science and Urban Economics, a Research Affiliate at CEPR and a Research Network Affiliate at CESifo.