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Macro Recruiting Intensity from Micro Data

Simon Mongey, Giovanni L. Violante

NBER Working Paper No. 26231
Issued in September 2019

---- Acknowledgments ----

We thank Steve Davis, David Wiczer, Jaroslav Borovicka and many seminar participants for useful comments. We are especially grateful to the staff of the Bureau of Labor Statistics for their assistance throughout the project, and to Hyejin Park for outstanding research assistance. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the Bureau of Labor Statistics nor of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

---- Disclosure of Financial Relationships for Giovanni L. Violante ----

Disclosure Statement

Giovanni Violante

August 2019

Current primary appointment

• Professor, Department of Economics, Princeton University

Current additional appointments

• Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research

• Research Associate, Centre for Economic Policy Research

• Research Associate, IZA-Institute of Labor Economics

• Research Associate, Center for Economic Behavior and Inequality

• International Research Fellow, Institute for Fiscal Studies

• Regular Research Visitor, European Central Bank

• Carnegie-Rochester-NYU CSPP Advisory Board Member

• Co-Leader, NBER EFG Group Macro Data Macro Models

Previous additional appointments in last five years

• William R. Berkley Professor of Economics, New York University

• Kumho Visiting Professor, Yale University

• Simpson Visiting Professor, Princeton University

• Managing Editor, Review of Economic Dynamics

• Consultant, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Organizations (besides my main employers, NYU until 2017 and Princeton since 2017) from which I have received cumulative amounts >= USD 10,000 in last five years

• Econometric Society

• Society for Economic Dynamics

• European Central Bank

• Yale University

• University of Oslo

• Fondazione Rodolfo De Benedetti

• IMF

• Bank of Portugal

• Sloan Foundation

• NSF

• Equitable Growth Center

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