Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bryan Seegmiller is a Ph.D. candidate in financial economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management. His primary research interests are in the economics of labor and financial markets. His research examines how technological change and innovation have impacted labor compensation, employment, and the nature of work performed. He also studies the interplay between labor market frictions and financial markets. In a secondary area of research, he has looked at how institutional investors and financial frictions impact stock price movements. Seegmiller received his B.S. in economics and mathematics from Brigham Young University.
- 2020, Where does new work come from?, $76,000