ERC Project FiNet, SAB Project The Diffusion of Technology during the Last Three Millennia, CEPR Research Fellow, CESifo Research Fellow
Thomas CHANEY is Professor of Economics at the Department since 2016. He is currently Joint Managing Editor of the Review of Economic Studies. He is also a Research Fellow at the CEPR (International Trade and Regional Organizations) and a Research Fellow of the CESifo Research Network. Prior to joining the Department he was Professor of Economics at Toulouse School of Economics, where he taught since 2012.
His primary research fields are International Trade, Networks, Economic History and Finance. His work has been published in leading international, peer-reviewed journals such as the American Economic Review, the Quarterly Journal of Economics, the Journal of Political Economy, and the Review of Economic Studies. He was awarded a prestigious ERC "Starting Grant" in 2013 - since then prolonged - for his original project "Firm Networks, Trade and Growth (FiNet)", and an NSF grant in 2011 for his project "The Network Structure of International Trade".
Professor Chaney holds a Ph.D. from MIT in 2005, and a Master's degree from Ecole Normale Supérieure in 2000. Prior to TSE, he was Assistant Professor and Thornber Research Fellow at the Department of Economics of the University of Chicago (2005-2013). He has also held a number of visiting professorships and fellowships - at the Becker Friedmann Institute (University of Chicago), at the Cowles Foundation (Yale University) and at Princeton University as a Peter B. Kenen Visiting Fellow.
International Trade, Networks, Finance
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- Trade, Merchants and the Lost Cities of the Bronze Age
- La gravité du commerce
- Migrants, Ancestors and Foreign Investments
- Migrants, Ancestors, and Foreign Investments
- Quality pricing-to-market
- The Gravity Equation in International Trade: An Explanation
- Liquidity Constrained Exporters
- Networks in International Trade
- The Network Structure of International Trade
- Market Size, Division of Labor, and Firm Productivity
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