Jonathan Dingel is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research. Dingel studies international economics and urban economics. His research interests include the geographic distributions of human capital, industries, and occupations. In recent research, he has studied quality specialization in US manufacturing, segregation of urban consumption, and how the global climate affects agricultural trade. At Booth, Dingel...
Related Working Papers
- Jan 29, 2021Measuring Movement and Social Contact with Smartphone Data: A Real-time Application to COVID-19
- Jan 11, 2021Spatial Economics for Granular Settings
- Jun 19, 2020How Many Jobs Can be Done at Home?
- Apr 18, 2020Childcare Obligations Will Constrain Many Workers When Reopening the US Economy
- Mar 21, 2019Cities, Lights, and Skills in Developing Economies
1 of 1
- May 19, 2017New Investigations of Intra- and International Trade
- Feb 4, 2021Measuring Movement and Social Contact with Smartphone Data: A Real-Time Application to COVID-19
- Jun 1, 2020Key Economic Facts About COVID-19
- Apr 24, 2020Overlapping Visits to Commercial Venues Are Down Two-Thirds
- Apr 18, 2020Childcare Obligations and the Challenge of Reopening the Economy
- Apr 13, 2020Working From Home is Less Feasible in Poorer Countries
- Mar 27, 2020How Many Jobs Can Be Done at Home?
1 of 1
- Apr 22, 2021Work From Home to Lift Productivity by 5% in Post-Pandemic U.S.
- Apr 1, 2021Remote work is overrated. America’s supercities are coming back.
- Feb 5, 2021Covid-19 caused a recession. So why did the housing market boom?
- Jan 19, 2021A Look at Trump’s Economic Legacy
- Jan 4, 2021The Hybrid Culture To Expect When We All Go Back To The Office
- Dec 20, 2020Op-Ed: How remote working in the post-COVID-19 era could transform L.A. and other cities
- Sep 16, 2020The shift toward remote work could leave blue-collar workers behind
- Sep 12, 2020COVID-19 has forced a radical shift in working habits
- Sep 4, 2020The Service Economy Meltdown
- Sep 3, 2020Fears for US recovery grow as virtual schooling continues
- Aug 30, 202016 high-paying jobs you can do from home without a college degree
- Jul 21, 2020Coronavirus Threatens the Luster of Superstar Cities
- Jul 17, 2020US economy faces new hurdle for recovery: Child care crisis
- Jul 16, 2020Crisis looms for 50 million parents as US states decide how to handle the school year
- Jul 15, 2020Crisis looms for 50 million parents as US states decide how to handle the school year
- Jul 7, 2020The Daily 202: America is in the middle of a child-care crisis
- Jul 7, 2020How The Work From Home Revolution Is Remaking Many Different Economies
- Jul 3, 2020The big factor holding back the U.S. economic recovery: Child care
- Jun 26, 2020How the Legacy of the Pandemic Will Reshape the Future of Work
- Jun 24, 2020Here’s how employers are using tech tools to keep a close watch on their remote workers
- Jun 7, 2020From tragedy to opportunity: We could live better when today’s mayhem ends
- Jun 4, 2020More than 50 million Americans can’t return to work fully until schools reopen
- Jun 1, 2020The Great Unequalizer
- May 27, 2020CARES Act Likely to Blunt Mortgage Delinquency Rate Increase
- May 21, 2020Mark Zuckerberg: Half of Facebook may work remotely by 2030
- May 20, 2020San Francisco Area Roads Busier, Still Far Below Normal as Stay Home Orders Remain
- May 19, 2020The case for restarting the health care industry | Opinion
- May 15, 2020In This Election, It’s the Remote Against the Exposed
- May 8, 2020A Bleak Landscape for Lowest Paid Workers
- May 3, 2020This chart shows just how many jobs can be done from home in other countries
- May 2, 2020How will COVID-19 change the way we work?
- Apr 30, 2020Rebuilding better after Covid-19, part 1
- Apr 29, 2020Much of U.S. economy still plugging along despite coronavirus pain
- Apr 24, 2020Only 37 percent of US jobs can be done at home
- Apr 22, 2020You’re Not Going Back to Normal Office Life for a Long, Long Time
- Apr 22, 2020This is who is most at risk of losing a job due to COVID-19 lockdown
- Apr 21, 2020COVID Economics: Who Can Work at Home?
- Apr 16, 2020How Deep Will Downturns in Rich Countries Be?
- Apr 15, 2020With Economy in Upheaval, Graduating College Seniors’ Hopes for Future Dashed: ‘I’m Losing a Lot’
- Apr 15, 2020The Lucky Stay-at-Home 37%
- Apr 14, 2020How The Coronavirus Punishes Many Older Workers
- Apr 14, 2020This is the End of the Office as We Know It
- Apr 13, 2020New Research Pinpoints the Share of US Jobs That Can Be Done From Home
- Apr 9, 2020The 31 Best US Cities to Live in if You Want to Work From Home
- Apr 9, 202037% Of Jobs Can Be Done From Home, According To A New Economic Analysis
- Apr 7, 2020Only 34% Of People Can Work From Home In US Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
- Apr 6, 2020How Many Jobs Can Be Done From Home? Researchers Say A Lot
- Apr 6, 2020Just 34% of Americans Can Work From Home
- Apr 3, 2020Coronavirus Pandemic Deepens Labor Divide Between Online, Offline Workers
- Apr 1, 2020Coronavirus Could Lead To The Highest Unemployment Levels Since The Great Depression
1 of 1