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

Research:

  • Multidimensional Skill Mismatch (with Fatih Guvenen, Burhan Kuruscu and Satoshi Tanaka) <SUBMITTED> DraftSlides
    >> Press: Bloomberg, Washington Post
  • Occupational Hazards and Social Disability Insurance (with Amanda M Michaud) <SUBMITTED> DraftSlides
  • The Disability Option: Labor Market Dynamics with Economic and Health Risks (with Amanda M Michaud) 
  • Long Term Unemployment: Attached and Mismatched? <IN REVISION>
  • Equilibrium sovereign default with endogenous exchange rate depreciation (with Sergey V Popov) <SUBMITTED> draft
  • Unemployment and Development: Harris-Todaro Meets Mortensen-Pissarides (with Stephen L Parente)
  • Search and Networks in Labor Markets: Wage and Unemployment Dynamics (with Dennis O'Dea and Marcelo A Arbex)

Teaching:

Personal:

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.