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JEANNE TSCHOPP
Ryerson University
Department of Economics
Office JOR-215
350 – Victoria St.
CA – Toronto, ON
Canada M5B 2K3
EMPLOYMENT
Email: jtschopp@economics.ryerson.ca
Phone: +1 (416) 979-5000 Ext. 3362
http://jtschopp.wordpress.com
Assistant Professor, Economics, Ryerson University
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Economics, University of British Columbia
Supervisors: Paul Beaudry, David Green
Sponsor :
Swiss National Science Foundation
EDUCATION
RESEARCH
2014–present
2012–2014
PhD, Economics, University of Lausanne
2008–2011
Committee: Marius Brülhart (advisor), Olivier Cadot (advisor)
Daniel Sturm, Mathias Thoenig
Dissertation : “Three Essays in International Trade and Economic Adjustment”
Swiss Program for Beginning Doctoral Students in Economics,
Study Centre Gerzensee
2007–2008
Licence in Economics, University of Lausanne
2002–2006
Fields
Primary: Labor Economics
Secondary: International Trade
Working Papers
“Wage Formation: Towards Isolating Search and Bargaining Effects from the Marginal
Product”, revise and resubmit, The Economic Journal
“The Wage Response to Shocks: The Role of Inter-Occupational Labor Adjustment”,
revise and resubmit, Labour Economics
“That is the Story of a Hurricane: Within Country Impacts of Extreme Weather Events”
(with Martino Pelli)
Research in Progress
“Wages in the U.S. and Germany: Do Spillover Effects Explain the Difference?” (with
Benjamin MacLean Sand)
“Wages and Trade Incentives: A Search and Bargaining Perspective” (with Maria Tito)
“Opportunistic Export Taxation” (with Olivier Cadot)
Contribution to books
Cadot, O., M. Olarreaga and J. Tschopp (2010), “Do Trade Agreements Reduce the
Volatility of Agricultural Assistance Rates?”, in Kym Anderson (ed.), The Political
Economy of Agricultural Trade Distortions, Cambridge University Press, July 2010.
INVITED
PRESENTATIONS
University of Leicester (Leicester 2014), Copenhagen Business School (Copenhagen
2014), Dartmouth College (Hanover 2014), Ryerson University (Toronto 2014),
Université Laval (Québec City 2014), University of Vienna (Vienna 2014), University
of Victoria (Victoria 2013), Université de Sherbrooke (Sherbrooke 2013), University of
York (Toronto 2013), Globalization and Labor Market Outcomes (Geneva 2011), World
Bank Conference of the Political Economy of Distortions to Agricultural Incentives
(Washington DC 2008)
CONFERENCES &
PRESENTATIONS
RESEARCH
GRANTS
REFEREE
ACTIVITIES
TEACHING
POSITIONS
19th Meeting of the Society of Labor Economists (Arlington 2014), Association of
Environmental and Resource Economists 3d Annual Summer Conference (Banff 2013),
46th Annual Conference of the Canadian Economic Association (Calgary 2012), 17th
Meeting of the Society of Labor Economists (Chicago 2012), 5th Meeting of the Urban
Economics Association (Denver 2010), Swiss Society of Economics and Statistics
(Fribourg 2010), Macro Workshop University of British Columbia (Vancouver 2010),
ProDoc Workshop HEI (Geneva 2010), STEC Doctoral Workshop (Champex 2008),
Research Days HEC (Lausanne 2008, 2009, 2011)
Advanced post-doc mobility, 12 months, $CA 52,500, SNSF
Early post-doc mobility, 18 months, $CA 65,000, SNSF
Prospective researcher, Swiss NCCR
2013-2014
2012-2013
2009-2012
Labour Economics, Journal of Development Economics
Instructor, Ryerson University
Topics in Labour Economics (EF9911, graduate)
Introductory Microeconomics (ECN104, undergraduate)
2014-
Instructor, University of British Columbia
Labor Economics (Econ 360, undergraduate)
2012
Teaching Assistant, University of Lausanne
International Trade (Graduate)
Globalization and Development (Undergraduate)
Microeconomics (Graduate)
2007-2012
Research project, EPFL, IHEID, University of Lausanne and Geneva
“Impact de la Genève Internationale”
2012
Consultant, World Bank
International Trade Department, Washington D.C.
2010
PROGRAMMING
Stata
LANGUAGE
French (native), English, German, Italian
REFERENCES
Prof. Paul Beaudry
+1 (604) 822-8624
paulbe@mail.ubc.ca
Prof. David Green
+1 (604) 822-8216
green@econ.ubc.ca
Prof. Marius Brülhart
+41 (21) 692-3471
Marius.Brulhart@unil.ch
Prof. Olivier Cadot
+41 (21) 692-3463
Olivier.Cadot@unil.ch