About Us

Our work relates to the areas of public economics and economic policy. We examine how governments make decisions, and what decisions they should make. We use a range of methodologies: theoretical modeling, applied econometric work, and agent-based simulations. We teach courses on public economics, social policy, labor economics, political economics, and macroeconomics. In our courses, we aim at linking theoretical and empirical findings with current economic policy issues. We strive to engage in public discussions on economic policymaking.