Michael Pries is associate professor of economics 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.

Thematic Interests

Labor Economics, Macroeconomics

Current Research

Cross-country differences in labor market performance. Understanding the impact of labor market policies on wages, employment, job flows, and worker flows.

Research Sub-Discipline