I am a post-doc in Aarhus University, Department of Economics and Business Economics. I will be an assistant professor in Aarhus University starting in Fall 2022. I study international trade and labor economics. My research focuses on automation, globalization, and employment.
Robots and Wage Polarization: The Effects of Robot Capital across Occupations. Job Market Paper. [Best paper award at the 19th GEP/CEPR Annual Postgraduate Conference]
Robots and Employment: Evidence from Japan, 1978-2017 (with Daiji Kawaguchi and Yukiko U. Saito). Revision requested at Journal of Labor Economics. [VoxEU, World Economic Forum]
Multinational Production and Labor Share (with Yukiko U. Saito).
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