Morin, Annaig

Assistant Professor

Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

Website

France

Max Weber alumnus

Department of Economics

Cohort(s): 2012/2013

Ph.D. Institution

Bocconi University/Université de Lyon

Biography

I obtained a Ph.D. in Economics from Bocconi University in Milan. My main research interests are Labour Economics and Macroeconomics. Specifically, I focus on search and matching theory, labour institutions, wage setting processes and business cycle fluctuations.
In my dissertation, I studied the behaviour of wages over the business cycle. I investigated the role of labour market institutions in the macroeconomic behaviour of wages, where "institutions" can be broadly understood as comprising labour unions, wage bargaining and monopsony power.
In my current work, I explore the cyclical properties of wage distribution in a dynamic wage posting model with heterogenous agents. I analyse how the fluctuations of wage dispersion over the cycle are impacted by the fluctuations of the relative market power of workers and firms.
In addition, I have also been a Teaching Assistant at Bocconi University and Lyon University in France. I taught courses in the fields of labour economics, political economics, and international economics and finance, at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
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