Jaime Arellano-Bover’s research is in the areas of labor economics and applied microeconomics. Some of his recent research studies the importance of young workers’ labor market entry conditions and matches to first jobs, how on-the-job learning varies across employers, immigrants’ job mobility and climbing of the firm ladder, the infiltration of organized crime in legal firms, and the long-run dynamics of the gender pay gap.
Jaime obtained his PhD in Economics from Stanford University in 2019.
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PhD, Stanford University, 2019 MA, Stanford University, 2015 Bachelor in Economics, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2013