Labor and Public Economics
Labor Economics and Public Finance at Yale covers a broad range of research, including the development of individual careers, eﬀects of taxes and welfare programs on lifecycle decisions of individuals, wage and employment determination, education economics, voting and local public ﬁnance, the analysis of racial and gender discrimination.
Overview of Courses
Courses oﬀered by the group at both graduate and undergraduta level reflect the richness and breadth of the research agenda. The group meets at least three times a week, including a Labor/Public Finance breakfast and Lunch where the Ph.D students develop their research ideas and a weekly workshop mainly with external speakers.
See the Conference page for all listings (formally called Structural Microeconomics).
2021 Conference on Labor Economics & Public Finance
2020 Conference on Labor Economics & Public Finance