Tim Jaquet is an applied microeconomist with a focus on regional and urban economics. His primary research interests are sustainability and resilience, local housing and labor markets, poverty and inequality, and economic growth. He has a strong interest in teaching and has developed and taught courses in Environmental Economics and Intermediate Microeconomics. He has also assisted with courses in food security and population growth, regional and urban economics, and business operations.
Tim's dissertation explores different aspects of how the Great Recession affected local economies across the country and factors that influence an area's resilience. His job market paper examines changes in the capitalization into local labor markets over time and how fluctuations in the demand for natural amenities impact local labor market outcomes. He has other work looking at how industrial structure influences the way local economies respond to negative shocks and different ways of conceptualizing regional economic resilience.
During his time at Ohio State, Tim has been highly engaged with the department and university through his role as president of AEDE's Graduate Student Association and his assistance with graduate student recruitment and admissions work. He also co-organized a graduate student research conference, served as Co-PI on a seed grant to fund an interdisciplinary workshop on sustainability, resilience, and wellbeing, and co-organized a special session on regional resilience at the 56th European Regional Science Association Congress in Vienna, Austria. This past year he has been heavily involved with leadership of OSU's Alliance for the American Dream Initiative.
Tim is currently on the job market and is available for interviews at the 2019 ASSA meeting in Atlanta, GA. See CV below for a full list of publications and further details on his experience.
Advisor: Elena Irwin