Jonathan Dingel studies international economics and urban economics. His research interests include the geographic distributions of human capital, industries, and occupations. In recent research, he uses microdata from the US Census of Manufactures and Commodity Flow Survey to identify the determinants of quality specialization within US manufacturing.
At Booth, Dingel teaches Managing the Firm in the Global Economy. Previously, he taught international economics at the University of Oxford and was a teaching assistant for “Globalization, Markets, and the Changing Economic Landscape” at Columbia Business School.
Dingel received the 2014 World Trade Organization Essay Award for Young Economists. He earned his Ph.D. in economics from Columbia University in 2014. He received an M.Phil. in economics with Distinction from the University of Oxford in 2008 and an Honors B.A. in economics and political science from Gonzaga University in 2006.
2015 - 2016 Course Schedule
||Managing the Firm in the Global Economy
||Workshop in Macro and International Economics