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Steve LugauerSteve Lugauer

Assistant Professor of Economics
(PhD, Carnegie Mellon University, 2008)
719 Flanner Hall
574-631-1432
email: slugauer@nd.edu
http://nd.edu/~slugauer/

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Geographic focus: International

Research interests: Macroeconomics, labor, econometrics.

Selected publications:

  • "Demographic Patterns and Household Saving in China," with Chadwick C. Curtis and Nelson C. Mark, American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, 7, 2 (2015)

  • "Estimating the Effect of the Age Distribution on Output Volatility Across the United States," Review of Economics and Statistics (2012)

  • “Demographic Change and the Great Moderation in an OLG Model with Matching Frictions,” Macroeconomic Dynamics 16, 5 (November 2012)

  • The Age Distribution and Business Cycle Volatility: International Evidence” (with Michael Redmond), Economics Letters 117, 3 (December 2012)

  • "Combining EL and GMM Estimators: Asymptotics and Higher Order Bias," with Roni Israelov, Statistics and Probability Letters (2011)

  • "Estimating the Effect of Household Appliances on Female Labor Force Participation," with Daniele Coen-Pirani and Alexis León, Labour Economics (2010)

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