Associate Professor of Economics
Johannes Schmieder is currently an associate professor in the Economics Department at Boston University. His research lies at the intersection between labor and public economics. In particular he has worked on how changes in firm structures due to vertical disintegration or domestic outsourcing have impacted labor market outcomes of workers. He has also studied the impact of Unemployment Insurance and other transfer policies on the job-search behavior of unemployed workers, the psychology of job search among the unemployed, and incorporating insights from behavioral economics into standard job search models. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Columbia University.
- 2020, Domestic outsourcing in the United States, $70,000