former Graduate Student, University of Michigan
Gábor Kézdi recently completed his Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Michigan. During his studies he assisted on several MRRC research projects through the Survey Research Center. He has also been a research fellow at the Institute of Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, since 1995. His fields of specialization are labor economics and econometrics. His recent areas of research include: econometrics of panel data, with special focus on small-sample inference; the link between the geographic mobility of labor and the efficiency of labor markets; and the role of cognitive capacity, probabilistic thinking in decisions made under uncertainty, with special focus on saving behavior and asset management. He is currently teaching in Hungary.