Welcome to the personal homepage of Martin Kaae Jensen. I'm a Professor in Economics at the University of Leicester.

My research is focused on macroeconomic theory though I also work in game theory and dynamic microeconomics. My present projects are on growth models as well as a class of models called Large Dynamic Economies (LDEs). LDEs include models with borrowing constraints, uninsurable risk, and also models of firm dynamics and occupational choice models. Together with Daron Acemoglu, I am currently working on extending this framework to allow for aggregate uncertainty. These issues are closely related to my work on distributional comparative statics which asks how distributions (of income, intelligence, uncertainty, private information, etc.) relate to and determine economic outcomes. For example, the relationship between income inequality and aggregate savings in an economy is a distributional comparative statics question. Finally, I work on aggregative games and evolutionary game theory.

My other professional activities and affiliations are: School REF Coordinator. Chair of the 2015/16 US/UK Job Market Committee. External Examiner at London School of Economics (MSc). Associate fellow, CRETA. Fellow, Novo Tempus (University Paris 1, Pantheon-Sorbonne). Expert Reviewer of Grant applications for the NSF (USA), ISF (Israel), FCT (Portugal), and the ANR (France). Foreign Expert Evaluator at Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad.  I am a referee at the following mathematics and engineering journals: Discrete Applied Mathematics, IEEE Journal of Automatic Control, Journal of Global Optimization, Mathematics of Operations Research, Order, Optimization Letters; as well as at the following economics journals: the BE Press Theory Suite, Bulletin of Economic Research, Econometrica, Economic Theory, Games and Economic Behavior, International Economic Review, International Journal of Game Theory, Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Mathematical Economics, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Public Economics, Macroeconomic Dynamics, Mathematical Social Sciences, Quantitative Economics, Review of Economic Studies, and Theoretical Economics.