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Oleg Itskhoki
Professor of Economics and International Affairs
Department of Economics and Woodrow Wilson School

Trione Visiting Professor, Department of Economics\SIEPR
Stanford University, 2017–2018

Richard Allen Lester University Preceptor, 2013-2016
Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow, 2015-2017

International Economics Section, Affiliate
NBER, Research Associate [IFM ITI ME]
CEPR, Research Affiliate

Harvard University, PhD 2009
New Economic School, MA 2004
Moscow State University, BA 2003

Research interests:
Macroeconomics and International Economics

Curriculum vitae
Research statement

Contact Information
Princeton University
Department of Economics
193 JRR Building
Princeton NJ 08544
t: +1 (609) 258-5493
f: +1 (609) 258-6419
e:  itskhoki@princeton.edu
w: scholar.princeton.edu/itskhoki
tw:https://twitter.com/itskhoki

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CEPR profile
IDEAS RePEc profile
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"Globalization, Inequality and Welfare" forthcoming in the JIE
New paper on "The Economics of Border Adjustment Tax"
Chapter The Border Adjustment Tax in
VoxEU eBook Economics and policy in the Age of Trump
New complete draft of "Exchange Rate Disconnect in General Equilibrium"
Liberty Street Economics:
"Why the Border Adjustment is Unlikely to Promote US Exports"
Microeconomicinsights.org: "Why Currency Devaluations Are Loosing Economic Punch"
Project-Syndicate: "Trump's Tax Plan and the Dollar"
"Trade and Inequality..." came out in RESTUD
New complete draft of "...Strategic Complementarities"

New paper "Granular Comparative Advantage"
New draft of "Optimal Development Policies with Financial Frictions"
New draft "Trade Liberalization and Labor Market Dynamics with Heterogeneous Firms"
Sloan Research Fellowship 2015
IMF’s Finance & Development's 25 Economists under 45
Addendum "Fiscal Devaluations in a Model with Capital"
"Importers, Exporters and Exchange Rate Disconnect" came out in the AER
"Fiscal Devaluations" came out in RESTUD