CEMFI and CEPR
Samuel Bentolila is Professor of Economics at CEMFI. His research focuses on labor market topics like immigration and wages, and family issues like youth emancipation and social networks. He has also worked on macroeconomic issues like unemployment, inflation or the labor share. He has published in the Review of Economic Studies, the Economic Journal, and other academic journals. He has been a Panel Member of Economic Policy and Editor of Investigaciones Economicas. He is a Fellow of the European Economic Association. He obtained his PhD from MIT in 1988.
Articles by Samuel Bentolila:
Jobless in Spain: What can be done about the insider-outsider divide
20 January 2012, 18327 reads
Why is Spain’s unemployment so high?
22 January 2011, 46593 reads
Ending the scourge of dual labour markets in Europe
12 July 2010, 16161 reads
Lift the ban on Spanish labour reform
28 November 2008, 8646 reads
Immigration and the Philips curve
12 January 2008, 21311 reads
Holmes, McGrattan, Prescott
Beck, De Haas, Ongena