Assistant Professor of Economics
University of Chicago
7/1/14 – 6/30/15
Thibaut Lamadon specializes in labor markets and matching theory. His most recent work examines the effect of productivity shocks on other variables in labor markets.
He joined the University of Chicago Department of Economics faculty as an assistant professor after spending the 2014-2015 year as a Becker Friedman Institute Research Fellow to the institute.In 2011, Lamadon was a visiting student at the Cowles Foundation at Yale University. He was also awarded the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award at the University College London.
As an undergraduate, Lamadon studied electrical and computer engineering at Supelec in his native France. He went on to earn a masters of science at the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2005. He received his doctorate in economics from the University College London.