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Jake Bradley

Assistant Professor of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Teaching Summary

Lecturer for two courses

- Microeconomics: consumer and firm behaviour (Masters level)

- Topics in Applied Econometrics (PhD level)

Research Summary

My research interests are in applied and theoretical labour economics, particularly in structural econometrics and search and matching.

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Recent Publications

  • JAKE BRADLEY, FABIEN POSTEL-VINAY and HELENE TURON, 2017. Public Sector Wage Policy and Labor Market Equilibrium: A Structural Model Journal of the European Economic Association. (In Press.)
  • DANIEL BOROWCZYK-MARTINS, JAKE BRADLEY and LINAS TARASONIS, 2017. Racial Discrimination in the U.S. Labor Market: Employment and Wage Differentials by Skill Labour Economics. (In Press.)
  • JAKE BRADLEY, MATT DICKSON, FABIEN POSTEL-VINAY and HELENE TURON, 2016. Salaires et Emploi dans les Secteurs Public et Prive. Differences et Interactions Revue Francaise d'Economie. 31(1), 65-109
  • JAKE BRADLEY, Self-Employment in an Equilibrium Model of the Labor Market IZA Journal of Labor Economics. 5(6), 1-30
  • JAKE BRADLEY, FABIEN POSTEL-VINAY and HELENE TURON, 2017. Public Sector Wage Policy and Labor Market Equilibrium: A Structural Model Journal of the European Economic Association. (In Press.)
  • DANIEL BOROWCZYK-MARTINS, JAKE BRADLEY and LINAS TARASONIS, 2017. Racial Discrimination in the U.S. Labor Market: Employment and Wage Differentials by Skill Labour Economics. (In Press.)
  • JAKE BRADLEY, MATT DICKSON, FABIEN POSTEL-VINAY and HELENE TURON, 2016. Salaires et Emploi dans les Secteurs Public et Prive. Differences et Interactions Revue Francaise d'Economie. 31(1), 65-109
  • JAKE BRADLEY, Self-Employment in an Equilibrium Model of the Labor Market IZA Journal of Labor Economics. 5(6), 1-30

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