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Michael Baker & Kirsten Cornelson's research featured in The Atlantic The Atlantic recently featured Michael and Kirsten's research into the nature of "male" and "female" jobs, summarizing their NBER Working Paper, Gender Based Occupational Segregation and Sex Differences in Sensory, Motor and Spatial Aptitudes.


The Department of Economics at the University of Toronto ranks among the top economics departments internationally. The teaching and research of its 67 faculty members span a wide range of fields and cover theory, applied data analysis, and econometric methodology. Around 15 PhD students, 60 MA students, and 20 MFE students enter our programs each year, and the department has over 1,800 undergraduates, with an additional 800 undergraduates at the Mississauga campus. Collaborative programs with the Rotman School of Management and the Faculty of Law allow students to undertake interdisciplinary studies at the graduate and undergraduate levels.

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Mathieu Marcoux (University of Toronto), "Games with unobservable heterogeneity and multiple equilibria: An application to mobile telecommunications". 16:10–17:30, Max Gluskin House, room 106. Organized by Victor Aguirregabiria

Recent Working Papers

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