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Research Interests

Labour; search and matching models; structural estimation


Ph.D. from the University of Bristol (2014). Jake's main research field is in applied structural models of the labour market with a particular focus on models of search and matching. His ongoing research explores the impact of the self-employed on the UK labour market; the interactions between the public and private sectors in hiring workers; and the labour market implications of racial discrimination.

Keynes Fund Sponsored Projects

Search, Sorting and Heterogeneity: A Structural Decomposition of Wage Inequality in Germany (JHLV).
Theoretical and Empirical Assessments of Worker's Employment Opportunities, with Gottfries, A. (JHON).

Dr Jake Bradley

Research Associate

Research Group:
Empirical Microeconomics

CV: Curriculum Vitae

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Room: 62
College: Corpus Christi College