Greg Kaplan

Professor, Department of Economics and the College
University of Chicago

Editor, Journal of Political Economy (from 1 March, 2018)
Research Associate, National Bureau of Economics Research
Research Fellow, Insitute for Fiscal Studies

Recent updates

February 2018: Applications for full-time pre-doctoral RA positions are open. If you are graduating with an Economics major, are thinking about applying to grad school and have an interest in macroeconomics and micro heterogeneity, please consider applying to be my full-time RA for 2018-19. Details and application instructions can be found here.

February 2018: First draft of What Would You do with $500? Evidence from Gains, Losses, News and Loans avaliable online (joint with Andreas Fuster and Basit Zafar).

February 2018: First draft of The Changing (Dis-)Utility of Work avaliable online (joint with Sam Schulhofer-Wohl). This paper is under preparation for the Journal of Economic Perspectives.

January 2018: Replication materials and description of computational algorithm for  Monetary Policy According to HANK available online.

January 2018: Two updates:
(1) Starting 1 March 2018, I will become an Editor at the Journal of Political Economy
(2) Starting this summer July 16-19 2018, Erik Hurst, Gianluca Violante and I will organize a group at the NBER Summer Institute on "Micro Data and Macro Models". This will replace the group that was previously organized by Attanasio, Carroll and Rios-Rull. Look out for the call for papers.