Economist at the Central Bank of Luxembourg

PhD in Economics (thesis financed by LIEPP and defended in 2020)

Labor Economics

Bio :

Julien Pascal is currently economist at the Central Bank of Luxembourg. He has a PhD in sociology. He was a doctoral fellow at LIEPP/Département d'économie de Sciences Po from 2016 to 2019 and he defended his thesis "The Dynamics of Wage Inequalities: a Search-And-Matching Approach" under the supervision of Jean-Marc Robin in June 2020.

His research aims at investing social phenomena and public policies through a structural approach. In particular, his research is focused on analyzing complex markets involving both frictions and heterogeneous agents. In his Master’s dissertation, he analyzed the link between the bargaining power of different groups of workers and wage inequality. Currently, his projects include studying the minimum wage and the optimal taxation of labor along the business cycle. 

Main research field: labor economics

Secondary research fields: computational economics, monetary economics, applied econometrics, network analysis, efficiency and competition analysis 

Poster of the project - June 2020

Personal page :

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