University of Chicago, USA
IZA World of Labor role
PhD in Economics, University of Chicago, expected 2023
Finite- and Large-Sample Inference for Ranks Using Multinomial Data with an Application to Ranking Political Parties. NBER Working Paper No. 29519, 2021 (with M. Mogstad, J. P. Romano, A. Shaikh, and D. Wilhelm).
Machines’ ability to perform cognitive, physical, and social tasks is advancing, dramatically changing jobs and labor marketsThe IT revolution has had dramatic effects on jobs and the labor market. Many routine manual and cognitive tasks have been automated, replacing workers. By contrast, new technologies complement and create new non-routine cognitive and social tasks, making work in such tasks more productive, and creating new jobs. This has polarized labor markets: while low-skill jobs stagnated, there are fewer and lower-paid jobs for middle-skill workers, and higher pay for high-skill workers, increasing wage inequality. Advances in AI may accelerate computers’ ability to perform cognitive tasks, heightening concerns about future automation of even high-skill jobs.MoreLess