New York University
Konrad Menzel joins us from New York University where he researches econometric theory, applied econometrics and well as labor and development economics. His most recent paper, “Large Matching Markets as Two-Sided Demand System,” studies the way that the market characteristics change as the number of participants grows large.
In 2009, Menzel was awarded the Solow Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching and Research. In addition to his work at NYU, Menzel has held visiting appointments at the University of California, Berkeley and Northwestern University.
Menzel received his undergraduate degree in economics from the Universität Manheim in Germany. He earn his PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.