Ioana E. Marinescu
Ioana Marinescu studies the labor market to craft policies to enhance employment, productivity, and economic security. Her research expertise includes online job search, workforce development, unemployment insurance, the universal basic income, and employment contracts and has been published in leading academic journals like Journal of Labor Economics and the Journal of Public Economics. She is the leading economist at Data@Work Research Hub (http://dataatwork.org/), a workforce data gathering and sharing project funded by the Sloan Foundation. Dr. Marinescu writes a monthly op-ed for the French newspaper Liberation (http://www.liberation.fr/auteur/13768-ioana-marinescu), and a monthly blog post on hiring and management tips backed by research at CareeBuilder.com (http://resources.careerbuilder.com/authors/ioana-marinescu). Additionally, Dr. Marinescu is a faculty research fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research (http://www.nber.org/people/ioana_marinescu).
- Ph.D Economics, London School of Economics, 2007
- Doctorat (Ph.D) Economics, EHESS Paris, 2005
- DEA (M.Phil) Economic analysis and policy, EHESS Paris, 2002
- Maıtrise (Masters) Econometrics, Paris-I Pantheon-Sorbonne, 2001
- Maıtrise (Masters) Philosophy, Paris-I Pantheon-Sorbonne, 2001
School of Social Policy and Practice
Capitol Hill Testimony
- Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, October 13 2016.
- Bureau of Labor Statistics, April 7 2015.
Ioana Marinescu, Roland Rathelot (Accepted) Mismatch Unemployment and the Geography of Job Search, American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics.
Rachel Baker, Eric Bettinger, Brian Jacob, Ioana Marinescu (2017). The Effect of Labor Market Information on Community College Students Major Choice, Working Paper.
Ioana Marinescu (2017). The General Equilibrium Impacts of Unemployment Insurance: Evidence from a Large Online Job Board, Journal of Public Economics, 150, 14-29.
Ioana Marinescu (2016). Divorce: what does learning have to do with it?, Labour Economics, 38, 90-105.
Ioana Marinescu (2016). The sources of wage growth in a developing country, IZA Journal of Labor & Development, 5:2.
Ioana Marinescu (2014). HIV, Wages and the Skill Premium, Journal of Health Economics, 37, 181-197.
Ioana Marinescu (2011). Are Judges Sensitive to Economic Conditions? Evidence from UK Employment Tribunals, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 64:4.