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Prof Dr Jeanne Tschopp

Tschopp, Jeanne

Assistant Professor University of Bern
Labor Economics
International Trade

Jeanne Tschopp is an applied economist with interests in Labor Economics and International Trade. Her primary research agenda involves understanding how labor market frictions and the structure of wage formation impact the functioning of labor markets. While her research is primarily empirical, she relies heavily on economic theory to guide her empirical approach. Much of her work blends both theory and empirics in order to derive and test the restrictions the theory imposes on the data. A common thread in her research is that it is largely motivated by policy questions, such as how shocks to one sector or occupation can ripple through the labor market.