Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Ezra Karger is an economist in the microeconomics research group at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. He works on topics in labor economics and industrial organization. His current research examines the effect of public libraries on children and the relationship between antitrust policy and the economic output of workers and firms. He received his B.A in mathematics, statistics, and economics, and his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics, all from the University of Chicago.
- 2019, The causal effect of antitrust enforcement, $77,000