David Wiczer

I am an Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and I teach 
at Washington University in St. Louis. I concentrate primarily on 
macroeconomics and labor economics, especially as they relate to 
occupations and occupational choice.

For my life story in easily digestible sentence fragments, see my CV


    Occupational Hazards and Social Disability Insurance 
        R & R at Journal of Monetary Economics      
        with Amanda M Michaud 
        [Draft] [Slides]

    Multidimensional Skill Mismatch 
       with Fatih Guvenen, Burhan Kuruscu and Satoshi Tanaka 
       [Draft] [Slides], Press: BloombergWashington Post<SUBMITTED> 

    Long Term Unemployment: Attached and Mismatched?

    Equilibrium Sovereign Default with Exchange Rate Depreciation 
        with Sergey V Popov


    Network Search: Climbing the Job Ladder Faster 
        with Marcelo A Arbex and Dennis O'Dea

    The Disability Option: Labor Market Dynamics 
with Economic and Health Risks 
        with Amanda M Michaud

    Occupational Reallocation, Employment and Earnings over the Business Cycle
        with Carlos Carrillo Tudela and Ludo Visschers

    Unemployment, Productivity Gaps and Development: Harris-Todaro Meets Mortensen-Pissarides 
        with Stephen L Parente


Numerical Methods For PhD students (2016)
    Numerical Methods For PhD students (2014)
    Numerical Methods For PhD students (2012)

    Resources for PhD computation: Data Sources
    General Macroeconomic Theory, Master's Level (Fall and Spring 2008-2009)
    Statistics for Business (Fall and Spring 2007-2008)
    Macroeconomic Principles (Fall and Spring 2006-2007


Besides economics: I'm a running junkie, and most of what I talk about parrots podcasts I listen to while I run. I follow the NFL and play hockey, so long as everyone promises not to hit me too hard. Like any post-modern, post-internet privacy child, Facebook is the best summary of my life.