Danial Lashkari

White Family Sesquicentennial Assistant Professor

Boston College (on leave)

Visiting Assistant Professor

Stanford University


Education:

PhD in Political Economy & Government, Harvard, 2017

PhD in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, MIT, 2011


Curriculum vitae

Bio:

I hold the chair of White Family Assistant Professor of economics and international studies at Boston College.

I completed a PhD degree at the Harvard economics department in 2017, was a Cowles Foundation postdoctoral associate at the Yale University department of economics (2017-2018), and a Shoven/SIEPR Young Scholar at Stanford University (2021-2022). My research interests are on the intersection of Economic Growth, Innovation, and International Trade.

Prior to Harvard, I obtained a PhD degree at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), where I worked on a number of applications of machine learning techniques in neuroimaging and cognitive neuroscience. I received MSc and BSc degrees from the University of Tehran, Iran.

This webpage includes my recent economics research papers. To find out more about my current work and past research in machine learning and neuroscience, you can see my Google Scholar profile here: Link to Google Scholar Profile

News:

  • July, 2022:

A new draft of our paper "Occupational Choice and the Intergenerational Mobility of Welfare" is now available.

  • April, 2022:

A new draft of our paper "Information Technology and Returns to Scale" is now available.

  • March, 2022:

The first draft of our paper "The Quality of US Imports and the Consumption Gains from Globalization" is now available.

  • November, 2021:

The first draft of our paper "Nonparametric Measurement of Long-Run Growth in Consumer Welfare" is now available.

Contact:

Boston College Department of Economics

Maloney Hall 382

140 Commonwealth Avenue

Chestnut Hill, MA 02467



Email: first_name.last_name@bc.edu

Phone: (617) 552 2639


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