Ph.D. Candidate in Economics
Antoine Arnoud is a Ph.D. candidate in economics at Yale University. His research focuses on the interaction between technology, institutions, and inequality. His recent work analyses how wage bargaining can be affected by technological possibilities to automate occupations and how this mechanism can lead to wage inequality, heterogeneity in the return to experience, and other aspects of the labor market. Arnoud also develops computational tools used to more accurately combine data from different sources in order to study consumption, income, and wealth inequality. Antoine earned an Master of Science from Paris School of Economics, Tsinghua University in China, and Ecole Polytechnique in France.
- 2018, Automation threat and wage bargaining, $15,000