John McLaren

Professor


Office Address

Monroe Hall, Room 226

Hours: Tuesday 2:30pm - 4:30pm

Fields of Interest

International Trade, Political Economy, Industrial Organization, Economic Development, Effects of Economic Globalization

Education

Bachelor of Science (BS), McGill University
Master of Arts (MA), University of Toronto
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Princeton University

Research Papers

  • “A Structural Empirical Approach to Trade Shocks and Labor Adjustment: An Application to Turkey” (Joint with Erhan Artuç.) Forthcoming in Guido Porto (ed.), Adjustment Costs and Adjustment Impacts of Trade Policy, World Bank.
  • “Trade, Offshoring, and the Invisible Handshake.” Joint with Bilgehan Karabay; forthcoming in the Journal of International Economics.
  • "Trade Shocks and Labor Adjustment: A Structural Empirical Approach.” Joint with Erhan Artuç and Shubham Chaudhuri. American Economic Review, June 2010.

News & Events

News | 04/28/2017

A proposal that would help unemployed with income support and student financial aid.

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News | 09/23/2016

Professor Ana Fostel: Using Mathematical Models to Understand Global Markets

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Events | 03/24/2017

Economics Undergraduate Career Forum

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