Michael Pries is professor of economics and associate dean for the Social Sciences and Research at the University of Notre Dame, where he is a Kellogg Institute for International Studies faculty fellow. His primary field of research is macroeconomics, with a focus on labor markets. His current research focuses on amplification and persistence of shocks to the labor market and on cross-country differences in labor market performance. A 1993 Notre Dame graduate, he holds a PhD in economics from Stanford University.
Labor Economics, Macroeconomics
Cross-country differences in labor market performance. Understanding the impact of labor market policies on wages, employment, job flows, and worker flows.
Schierling Receives President's Award
Jun 4, 2020
Sharon Schierling, the longtime managing director of the Kellogg Institute for International Studies, has been awarded the prestigious 2020 President’s Award by the University of Notre Dame in recognition of her role as the Institute’s “unsung hero.” Schierling was one of more than a dozen members of the Kellogg community recognized by Notre Dame this spring for faculty promotions, milestone anniversaries, and campus-wide awards.