Bart Hobijn
Department of Economics, Arizona State University
501 E. Orange St.
Tempe, AZ 85287-9801, USA
T +1-480-965-0215
October 8, 2021
Research Research agenda, list of publications, related files, and press coverage
Teaching Teaching philosophy and goals and list of courses taught
Academic bio Short bio describing academic interests and contributions
Speeches Speeches and interviews for non-academic audiences
General bio Bio describing research agenda, research topics, and press coverage
Minilectures Videos and slides about my research and policy topics.
COVID-19 Lectures on economic impact of COVID-19
CV Interactive curriculum vitae. CV in PDF format available here
Recent Developments
On leave Visiting Fellow at Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
, June 2021 - May
2022. (on leave from ASU).
NSF Grant On the Sources and Consequences of the Great Seasonal Moderation
, with
Ayşegül Şahin, NSF grant SES-2048713, August 2021-July 2024, $293,000.
Latest Working Papers and Publications
Daly, Mary C. and Bart Hobijn (2022). “The Importance of the Part-Time and
Participation Margins for Real Wage Adjustment”. In: Journal of Money Credit and
Banking forthcoming, pp. –.
Press coverage: NY Times
Revised version of The intensive and extensive margins of real wage adjustment.
Hobijn, Bart and Ayşegül Şahin (2021). Maximum Employment and the Participation
Cycle. Working Paper 29222. National Bureau of Economic Research. Prepared for
the 2021 Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium: Macroeconomic Policy in an
Uneven Economy.
Additional Materials: Presentation, Handout, Minilecture. Press coverage: Economist, Reuters.
Hobijn, Bart, Fernanda Nechio, and Adam Hale Shapiro (2021). Using Brexit to
identify the nature of price rigidities”. In: Journal of International Economics 130,
p. 103448. issn: 0022-1996.
All opinions expressed on this page are my own and not necessarily those of organizations I am
affiliated with.
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