Postdoctoral Associate and Senior Economist
Federico Huneeus is a postdoctoral associate and senior economist at Yale University Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics and the Central Bank of Chile. His research lies at the intersection of macroeconomics and trade, with a focus on understanding the aggregate implications of firm behavior. In particular, he has studied the market of business-to-business linkages and how it affects the propagation of shocks. He is currently studying how this market of business-to-business linkages influences workers, and in particular earnings inequality, in the context of imperfect competition in the labor market. He earned his Ph.D. in economics from Princeton University.