Ilse Lindenlaub's research interests span macroeconomics, empirical labor, and theory to address education and risk, unemployment cycles, multidimensional sorting under random search, gender, social network performance, and risky investment and matching. Her current work focuses on sorting with multidimensional heterogeneity, matching with pre-match investment as well as on-the job search as a driver of business cycles.
She is the recipient of a 2013 UniCredit Best Paper Award for her study on "Gender, Social Networks and Performance." Lindenlaub serves as an Assistant Professor at Yale University's Department of Economics and was previously an Assistant Professor in Economisc at New York University.
She holds decrees from Eberhard Karls University, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, and European University Institute.