Daniel Borowczyk-Martins

Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, and IZA, Germany

I find IZA World of Labor a very useful interface between academics and policymakers, and a valuable resource for any labor economist. I am very excited to contribute to this very important project

IZA World of Labor role


Current position

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School

Research interest

Labor economics, macroeconomics, applied economics

Positions/functions as a policy advisor

Economist, Portugese Ministry of Justice, 2005–2008

Past positions

Senior Advisor, CEBR, Copenhagen Business School, 2016–2017; Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Science Po, 2014–2016


PhD Economics, University of Bristol, 2014

Selected publications

  • "Accounting for endogeneity in matching function estimation." Review of Economic Dynamics 16:3 (2013): 440–451 (with G. Jolivet and F. postel-Vinay).

  • "The supply of judicial services in Portugal: An empirical investigation." Proceedings of the 5th edition of the Bank of Portugal's Conference, Portuguese Economic Development in the European Context (2010): 47–88.

  • "The welfare effects of involuntary part-time work." Oxford Economic Papers, forthcoming (with E. Lalé).

  • "Racial discrimination in the US labor market: Employment and wage differentials by skill." Labour Economics 49 (2017): 106–127 (with J. Bradley and L. Tarasonis).