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Thijs van Rens

 

Curriculum Vitae  [download
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Research

Work in
progress

Occupational Mobility and Mismatch Unemployment
with Bilge Eris Dereli

Technological change, uncertainty, skill mismatch and job mobility
with See Yu
Chan
and Anthony Brassil

Why did we think wages are rigid for all those years?
with See Yu
Chan
and Stephan
Hobler

Heterogeneity, Employability and Macroeconomics
with Christian Merkl

Working
papers

How Distorted Food Prices Discourage a Healthy Diet
March 2021, with Roberto Pancrazi
and Marija
Vukotic

First version: February 2020
R&R

COVID-19 outcomes in
minority ethnic groups: do obesity and metabolic risk play a role?
with Paul Coleman, Petra Hanson, Alice Coffey, Thomas Barber and Oyinlola
Oyebode
accepted at

Healthy diets, lifestyle changes
and wellbeing during and after lockdown: Longitudinal evidence from the West
Midlands

with Petra
Hanson
, Oyinlola
Oyebode
, Lukasz
Walasek
, Thomas
M. Barber
, Redzo
Mujcic
, Ioannis
Nezis
, and Lena
Al-Khudairy

under review at

A rapid review of the evidence for children’s TV
and online advertisement restrictions to fight obesity
with
Paul Coleman, Petra Hanson, and Oyinlola Oyebode
R&R at

Age-based
policy in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic: How common are
multigenerational households?

November 2020, with Andrew Oswald
Vodcasts at CAGE
Research Centre
(25 Nov 2020) and UCL Institute for Global Prosperity (5 Nov 2020)

Delayed Adjustment and
Persistence in Macroeconomic Models

February 2020, with Marija
Vukotic

Publications (peer-reviewed)

The Vanishing Procyclicality of Labor Productivity
January
2021, with Jordi Gali
First version: August 2008
, 131(633), pp.302–326

Accounting for Mismatch Unemployment
August
2020, with Benedikt Herz
First version: February 2011
, 18(4), pp.1619–1654

Selective Hiring and Welfare Analysis in Labor Market
Models

April 2019, with Christian
Merkl

First version: March 2011
, 57, pp.117-130

Wage Rigidity and Job Creation
November
2013, with Christian Haefke
and Marcus Sonntag
First version: April 2007
60(8)

Skill-Biased Technological Change and the Business
Cycle

October
2013, with Almut Balleer
First version: February 2008

95(4), pp.1222-1237

Heterogeneous Life-Cycle Profiles, Income Risk and
Consumption Inequality

January
2009, with Giorgio
Primiceri

First version: February 2006
56(1), pp.20-39

Should
Higher Education Subsidies Depend on Parental Income?

Summer 2004, with Robert Dur and Coen Teulings
20(2), pp.284-297

Education, Growth and Income Inequality
February 2008, with Coen
Teulings

First version: January 2001
90(1), pp.89-104

Publications (other)

The labor market in the UK,
2000-2019
(with Benedikt Herz)
IZA World of Labor, 2020: 422

Discussion
of Is
Declining Union Membership Contributing to Low Wages Growth?

Reserve Bank of Australia

The labor
market in the UK, 2000-2016
(with Benedikt Herz)
2018: 422

Rethinking
the skills gap
(with Roland
Rathelot
)
2017: 391

Case
against sugar tax is sugar coated
(with Ben
Richardson
)
September 2016

Paying
Skilled Workers More Would Create More Skilled Workers

May 2016

How Important is the
Intensive Margin of Labor Adjustment?

Discussion of “Aggregate Hours Worked
in OECD Countries
” by Lee Ohanian and Andrea Raffo
Prepared for the April 2011 Carnegie-Rochester Conference on Advances in
Labor Market Dynamics
January 2012
59(1), pp.57-63

Older
working papers

Organizational Capital and Employment Fluctuations
November 2004

Inequality over the Business Cycle: Estimating Income
Risk using Consumption Data

October 2004, with Giorgio
Primiceri

First version: July 2002

Discussions
Marginal
Jobs and Job Surplus: A Test of the Efficiency of Separations
, by Simon
Jäger, Benjamin Schoefer and Josef Zweimüller
Is
Declining Union Membership Contributing to Low Wages Growth?
, by James
Bishop and Iris Chan
Modelling
Technology Adoption and Technical Efficiency in Maize Production in Rural
Ethiopia
, by Abebayehu Geffersa, Frank Agbola and Amir Mahmood
Job Search
Behavior among the Employed and the Non-Employed
by Jason Faberman,
Andreas Mueller, Aysegül Sahin, and Giorgio Topa
Reservation
Wages and the Wage Flexibility Puzzle
by Felix Koenig, Alan Manning, and
Barbara Petrongolo
What hides behind
the German labor market miracle?
by Benjamin Hartung, Philip Jung and
Moritz Kuhn
Labor
Reallocation and Productivity Dynamics: Financial Causes, Real Consequences

by Claudio Borio, Enisse Kharroubi, Christian Upper, and Fabrizio Zampolli
An
Equilibrium Asset Pricing Model with Labor Market Search
by
Lars-Alexander Kuehn, Nicolas Petrosky-Nadeau and Lu Zhang
Monetary
Policy with Heterogeneous Agents
by Nils Gornemann, Keith Kuester and
Makoto Nakajima
Unemployment
and Mismatch in the UK
by Jennifer Smith
The Cyclical
Behavior of Equilibrium Unemployment and Vacancies in the US and Europe

by Alejandro Justiniano and Claudio Michelacci
Hours Worked over the
Business Cycle in OECD Countries, 1960-2010
by Lee Ohanian and Andrea
Raffo
The Propagation
of Technology Shocks: Do Good, Labor and Credit Market Imperfections Matter
and How Much?

   by Nicolas Petrosky-Nadeau and
Etienne Wasmer
Sectoral
Labour Market Effects of the 2006 FIFA World Cup
by Arne Feddersen and
Wolfgang Maennig
Housing Market
Spillovers: Evidence from an Estimated DSGE Model
by Matteo Iacoviello
and Stefano Neri
Efficient Search on the
Job and the Business Cycle
by Guido Menzio and Shouyong Shi
The Missing Swedish Skill
Premium
by David Domeij and Lars Ljungqvist
Not All Oil Shocks Are Alike
by Lutz Kilian
Peer Influence in Higher
Education in China
by Li Han and Tao Li
Gold Rush Fever in
Business Cycles
by P. Beaudry, F. Collard and F. Portier

Notes and comments
The Incentive Theory
of Matching: A Note
, March 2010
Age Effects and the Pre-Sample
Evolution of Income and Consumption Inequality
, August 2008, with Giorgio Primiceri
Comment on Gertler and
Trigari
, April 2008
Passive Monetary Policy
Under Asymmetric Information
, April 2008, with Alberto Martin
The Value of an Educated Workforce:
What We Learn From a Comparison of Growth and Inequality Across Countries
,
February 2008

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About the real world

Podcast on
the economics of diet and health. In this podcast, which
is based on my recent research, I discuss how people’s diets are affected by their income levels and the area
they live in. Is the obesity epidemic due to people’s choices and
preferences, or is it caused by factors in the external environment such as
the price and availability of food? To what extent should policymakers
intervene? (3 February 2021)

Age-based
policy in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic: How common are
multigenerational households?
(with Andrew Oswald)
CAGE working paper no. 522, November 2020

·       
The road to COVID
recovery: Weighing up costs, benefits, and intergenerational fairness

(vodcast), CAGE
Research Center
, 25 November 2020

·       
Health
economics post-covid
(vodcast), UCL Institute for Global
Prosperity
, 5 November 2020

Contribution to the BEIS
engagement with academics on the National
Minimum Wage evaluation: counterfactual research
, November 2018

Written
evidence
submitted to the Parliament HSCC’s Childhood
Obesity Inquiry
, resulting in the report Childhood
obesity: Time for action
, 30 May 2018

I was an Academic
Fellow to the UK Parliament
, assisting the House of Commons Health
Committee
on childhood
obesity
, 2017-2018

On 5 July
2017, I appeared live on the BBC News Channel talking about the poor
productivity figures that came out that day. The couple of sentences I
uttered were quoted a few
times
since.

Comments on the sugar tax

The
skills gap: Is it a myth?
[podcast] CAGE/SMF
Global Perspectives Series: Paper 5
, December 2015

Spanish
elections and the fiscal crisis
“Nieuwsuur”
daily news broadcast
[video, in Dutch], November 19, 2011

Spanish
Labor Market Reform
Roundtable discussion
at the 8th trobada of the Barcelona GSE [video],
October 22, 2011

Economics
and the Arts

This_is_Tomorrow
programme by the Warwick Arts
Centre
. Blog
by Matt Trueman.

 

Teaching

Macroeconomics
EC201:
Macroeconomics 2
(Warwick, UG2, 2012/13:II, 2013/14:II, 2015/16:II,
2016/17:I)
EC9A2:
Advanced Macroeconomic Analysis
(Warwick, PhD1, 2012/13:II, 2013/14:II,
2014/15:I, 2015/16:I, 2016/17:II)
EC235: Topics in Applied Economics
(Warwick, UG2, 2014/15:II)
EC9B3: Topics in Macroeconomics and
International Economics
(Warwick, PhD2, 2014/15:I)
Macroeconomics (UPF, masters, 2011/12:II, 2010/11:II)
Advanced Macroeconomics I
(UPF, PhD1, 2010/11:II, 2006/07:I,
2005/06:I)
Advanced Macroeconomics II (UPF, PhD1,
2011/12:III, 2009/10:III, 2008/09:III, 2007/08:II)
Topics in
Macroeconomics II
(UPF, PhD2, 2009/10:II, 2008/09:II)
Topics in Macroeconomics (UPF, UG3,
2009/10:II, 2008/09:II)

Labor
Economics and Applied Econometrics

Advanced Applied Econometrics (OECD, practitioners,
2011:Jan, 2010:Nov-Dec)
Topics in Applied Economics I (UPF, second year
Ph.D., 2008/09:I)
Labor
Economics
(UPF, second year Ph.D., 2006/07:II)

 

Seminars

Warwick
Macro Seminar
Macro Workshop
Macro Reading Group

CREI / Universitat Pompeu Fabra
CREI Macroeconomics Seminar
CREI Macroeconomics Workshop (discontinued in 2008/09)
CREI Macro Faculty Lunch
CREI Macroeconomics Breakfast
Student Workshop

UPF
Labor/Public/Development Seminar

Labor/Public/Development
Faculty Lunch and Student Workshop (formerly Applied Lunch Seminar)

Conference organisation
The
Micro and Macro of of the changing nature of work and leisure
, University
of Warwick, 4-5 June 2020
Warwick
Mismatch Workshop
, University of Warwick, 11 May 2015
European Workshop in
Macroeconomics
, London, 20-21 June 2013
AEA Session on Mismatch
and Structural Unemployment
, Chicago, January 2012
CREI-CEPR Conference Understanding
Jobless Recoveries
, 17 Dec 2011
CREI-CEPR Workshop on Changes in Labor
Market Dynamics
, 5-6 Nov 2010
CREI-Kiel Conference on Macroeconomic
Fluctuations and the Labor Market
, 30-31 Oct 2009

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