Robert Shimer
Robert Shimer
Professor of Economics, University of Chicago
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The cyclical behavior of equilibrium unemployment and vacancies
R Shimer
American Economic Review 95 (1), 25-49, 2005
31492005
Search-theoretic models of the labor market: A survey
R Rogerson, R Shimer, R Wright
Journal of Economic Literature 43 (4), 959-988, 2005
15032005
Reassessing the ins and outs of unemployment
R Shimer
Review of Economic Dynamics 15 (2), 127-148, 2012
14732012
Assortative matching and search
R Shimer, L Smith
Econometrica 68 (2), 343-369, 2000
10062000
Efficient unemployment insurance
D Acemoglu, R Shimer
Journal of Political Economy, 1999
9771999
Productivity gains from unemployment insurance
D Acemoglu, R Shimer
European economic review 44 (7), 1195-1224, 2000
6562000
Holdups and efficiency with search frictions
D Acemoglu, R Shimer
International Economic Review 40 (4), 827-849, 1999
4721999
The assignment of workers to jobs in an economy with coordination frictions
R Shimer
Journal of Political Economy 113 (5), 996-1025, 2005
4552005
Adverse selection in competitive search equilibrium
V Guerrieri, R Shimer, R Wright
Econometrica 78 (6), 1823-1862, 2010
4062010
Labor markets and business cycles
R Shimer
Labor Markets and Business Cycles, 2010
3502010
The impact of young workers on the aggregate labor market
R Shimer
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 116 (3), 969-1007, 2001
3142001
Internal and external effects of social distancing in a pandemic
M Farboodi, G Jarosch, R Shimer
Journal of Economic Theory 196, 105293, 2021
3002021
Convergence in macroeconomics: The labor wedge
R Shimer
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 1 (1), 280-297, 2009
2992009
Search in macroeconomic models of the labor market
R Rogerson, R Shimer
Handbook of labor economics 4, 619-700, 2011
2772011
The consequences of rigid wages in search models
R Shimer
Journal of the European Economic Association 2 (2-3), 469-479, 2004
2752004
Mismatch
R Shimer
American Economic Review 97 (4), 1074--1101, 2007
2732007
Why is the US unemployment rate so much lower?
R Shimer
NBER macroeconomics annual 13, 11-61, 1998
2691998
Liquidity and Insurance for the Unemployed
R Shimer, I Werning
American Economic Review 98 (5), 1922-42, 2008
2562008
Dynamic adverse selection: A theory of illiquidity, fire sales, and flight to quality
V Guerrieri, R Shimer
American Economic Review 104 (7), 1875-1908, 2014
2522014
Wage and technology dispersion
D Acemoglu, R Shimer
The Review of Economic Studies 67 (4), 585, 2000
2302000
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