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Christopher Pissarides

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Relevant research:

Pissarides, Christopher (2011) ‘Equilibrium in the Labor Market with Search Frictions’, American Economic Review 101: 1092-1105 (the Nobel lecture).

Ngai, Rachel and Christopher Pissarides (2007) ‘Structural Change in a Multi-Sector Model of Growth’, American Economic Review 97: 429-43.

Herrendorf, Berthold, Richard Rogerson and Akos Valentinyi, (2013) ‘Two Perspectives on Preferences and Structural Transformation’, American Economic Review [in press]

Ngai, Rachel and Christopher Pissarides (2008) ‘Trends in Hours and Economic Growth’, Review of Economic Dynamics 11: 239-56. DOI: 10.1016/ Ngai, Rachel and Christopher Pissarides (2011) ‘Taxes, Social Subsidies and the Allocation of Work Time’, American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 4: 1-26.

Evidence of impact:

Pissarides, Christopher (2006). ‘Lisbon Five Years Later: What Future for European Employment and growth?’ In Innovations in Labour Market Policies: Challenges in Times of Globalisation, International Conference February 16-17, 2006, Vienna, published by Federal Ministry of Economics and Labour, Studenring 1, 1011 Vienna, Austria, 2006

Jobs for Europe Conference papers are at

British Academy comment on the Autumn Statement is at:

Professor Pissarides is declared a Laureate of the Kiel Institute's 2015 Global Economy Prize:

Relevant video and audio:

Gearty Grilling with Chris Pissarides, 30 April 2015:

Chris Pissarides interview on ‘Where are the jobs going to come from?’ (World Economic Forum, October 2013):