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

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

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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

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Jun 2017: New paper on "The Economics of Border Adjustment Tax"
Jun 2017: Chapter on Border Adjustment Tax in "Economics and policy in the Age of Trump"
May 2017: New complete draft of "Exchange Rate Disconnect in General Equilibrium"
Feb 2017: Liberty Street Economics: "Why the Border Adjustment is Unlikely to Promote US Exports"
Jan 2017: microeconomicinsights.org: "Why Currency Devaluations Are Loosing Economic Punch"
Jan 2017: Project-Syndicate: "Trump's Tax Plan and the Dollar"
Jan 2017: "Trade and Inequality..." came out in RESTUD
Sep 2016: New complete draft of "Globalization, Inequality and Welfare"
Jan 2016: New complete draft of "...Strategic Complementarities"
Dec 2015: New paper "Granular Comparative Advantage"
Oct 2015: New draft of "Optimal Development Policies with Financial Frictions"
Sep 2015: Keynote speaker at the 20th DEGIT Conference (Geneva)
Aug 2015: New draft "Trade Liberalization and Labor Market Dynamics with Heterogeneous Firms"
May 2015: Keynote speaker at 16th NOITS Workshop (Copenhagen)
Feb 2015: Sloan Research Fellowship 2015
Sep 2014: IMF’s Finance & Development's 25 Economists under 45
Sep 2014: addendum "Fiscal Devaluations in a Model with Capital"
July 2014: "Importers, Exporters and Exchange Rate Disconnect" came out in the AER
April 2014: "Fiscal Devaluations" came out in RESTUD