Arnaud Chéron is a professor of economics at the Univsersity of Le Mans and a research fellow at EDHEC Business School. He holds a Ph.D. from the Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. His main research fields are labor economics and business cycles. The focus of most of his recent contributions is on the economics of job search models. He has a number of articles published in various international academic journals including the Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Public Economics, The Economic Journal, Review of Economic Dynamics, Economica, Journal of Labor Economics, The Economic Journal and Labour Economics.
Bruno Decreuse is a Professor of Economics at Aix-Marseilles University and a research affiliate at GREQAM. He holds a PhD in Economics from the same university. He started his career in 2001 as a research fellow at CNRS in Paris and he then joined Aix-Marseilles University in 2005. His current research interests cover ethnic discrimination on the labor and housing markets, and the consequences of information persistence on frictional markets. He also has general interests for human capital investments and the positive analysis of employment protection legislation. He has articles published in various journals including the International Economic Review, the European Economic Review, the Journal of the European Economic Association, the Journal of Economic Dynamics and control, Economic Theory, and Labour Economics.
Pieter Gautier is a professor at the VU University Amsterdam and Research Fellow at CEPR, IZA and the Tinbergen Institute. He obtained his Ph.D. from the VU University Amsterdam in September 1997. Among others, Pieter Gautier has published in Economica, Journal of the European Economic Association, European Economic Review, Review of Economic Sudies, and Review of Economics and Statistics, Labour economics and the Journal of Urban Economics. His current research interests includes, assignment models, directed search, search with heterogeneous agents, the marriage market, the housing market and external validity of experiments.
Philipp Kircher is reader at the London School of Economics, after appointments at the University of Pennsylvania (on leave) and the University of Oxford. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Bonn. His current research is concentrated on modelling competition in frictional markets, and on allocations under two-sided heterogeneity of both firms and workers. He is generally interested in the source of frictions and the consequences for wage contracts, and has side-interests in search behaviour when consumers can learn from other consumers as well as in the transmission of infectious disease in matching markets.
Fabien Postel-Vinay is a professor of economics at the Univsersity of Bristol and a visiting professor at the Paris School of Economics. He is also a research fellow of CEPR and IZA. He received his Ph.D. in economics at Université de Paris I in 1998. His main research fields are applied and theoretical labor economics, labor market policy and economic dynamics. The focus of most of his recent contributions is on the economics and econometrics of applied job search models. He has a number of articles published in various international academic journals including International Economic Review, the Economic Journal, European Economic Review, Review of Economic Dynamics, the NBER Macroeconomics Annual and Econometrica.Top page