Michal JerzmanowskiAssociate Professor
Personal Website: http://people.clemson.edu/~mjerzma/
ProfileI am an applied macroeconomist with interest in economic growth, financial development, and income inequality. Some of my past research focused on understanding cross-country productivity differences, evaluating the potential benefits of stock market bubbles, and investigating the link between financial development and wage inequality. My current research deals with non-factor-neutral technology differences across countries, skill and capital bias of technological change and consumption spending under credit constraints. For a non-technical description of one of my recent papers see http://www.voxeu.org/article/democracy-diversification-and-growth-reversals.
Macroeconomics, Economic Growth, Financial Development, Income Inequality
“Medium Term Growth” (with David Cuberes), in Frontiers of Economics and
Globalization, ed. O. LaGrandville, 2011.
“Financial Development and Wage Inequality: Theory and Evidence “(with
Malhar Nabar), ECONOMIC INQUIRY, 2011.
“Democracy, Diversification, and Growth Reversals”, (with David Cuberes), May
2009, ECONOMIC JOURNAL, Vol 119, Issue 540, p. 1270-‐‑1302.
“The Welfare Consequences of Irrational Exuberance: Stock Market Booms,
Research Investment, and Productivity” (with Malhar Nabar), JOURNAL OF
MACROECONOMICS, 2008, vol. 30, issue 1, p. 111-‐‑133.