ARASH NEKOEI
  Assistant Professor, IIES, Stockholm University
  Research Affiliate of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR)
   
  RESEARCH FIELDS Public/Labor Economics, Economic History

  EDUCATION   Harvard University, Ph.D., 2014
        Thesis Title: “Essays on Unemployment and Labor Supply”
        Upjohn Institute Dissertation Award, Honorable mention
        Undergraduate: Ecole Polytechnique(Paris)
                       Sharif University of Technology(Tehran)





WORKING PAPERS
How do Inheritances Shape Wealth Inequality? Theory and Evidence from Sweden
 Updated July 2018, with David Seim
   New Slides Here   Show abstract  Coverage Ekonomistas (in Swedish)
 Updated May 2018, with C. Landais, P. Nilsson, D. Seim, J. Spinnewijn 
Revisions requested American Economic Review  Slides Here Show abstract

PUBLISHED PAPERS

Does Extending Unemployment Benefits Improve Job Quality?
with Andrea Weber, American Economic Review, 107(2), 527-61, 2017.   
  (1) Manuscript (2) Published paper (3) Slides (4) Data/Code

Recall Expectations and Duration Dependence 
with Andrea WeberAmerican Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings,105(5),142-46, 2015.
   (1)  Manuscript  (2) Data/Code

Immigrants' Labor Supply and Exchange Rate Volatility
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 5(4): 144-64, 2013.
   (1) Manuscript  (2) Data/Code   

WORK IN PROGRESS

Waiting for recall? Evidence from temporary layoffs in Austria, with Andrea Weber

Consequences of mandatory advance layoff notice for workers and firms, with J. Cederlof, P. Fredriksson, D. Seim

A Note on the Measurement of Labor Supply Using March-CPS Data


TEACHING

Current teaching at IIES-Stockholm University-Stockholm School of Economics joint Ph.D. program
     (Graduate) Econometrics II
     (Graduate) Public Economics 
     (Graduate) Labor Economics I 
Previous Experience at Harvard University
               Sophomore Tutorial      (Ec970), “Inequality, Justice and Economics”
    (Graduate) Public Economics        (Ec2450A), Teaching Fellow for Raj Chetty
    (Graduate) Public Economics        (Ec2450A), Teaching Fellow for Jeffrey Liebman
               Microeconomic Theory    (Ec1011a), Teaching Fellow for Edward Glaeser
Previous Experience
                      Introduction to Econometrics, Lecturer, Kabul University

                      Applied Statistics, Teaching Fellow, University Paris 1-Sorbonne

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