I am an assistant professor at the economics department at St. Lawrence University and will be moving to Colorado College starting the fall of 2021. I received my Ph.D. in economics from the Ohio State University.

A copy of my CV can be found here. My Google Scholar page can be found here. My ResearchGate profile can be found here.

Research Interests:

Macroeconomics and labor economics

My research resides primarily within the area of Macroeconomics, with an emphasis on topics related to Labor Economics. I am specialized in developing micro-founded heterogeneous agent general equilibrium models. I use the calibrated models to analyze a variety of policy-relevant issues. My current research focuses on the following two areas: (i) the impact of endogenous labor market frictions on business cycle outcomes and (ii) the interconnections between wealth and income inequality over the lifecycle.

Contact Information:

203 Hepburn Hall
Department of Economics
St. Lawrence University
23 Romoda Dr.
Canton, NY 13617
Email: gyang@stlawu.edu
Phone: (315) 229-5427