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I am a PhD student in economics at the University of Oxford, sitting in the Department of Economics and INET Oxford. I was a visiting student at Harvard University for Fall term 2022. Previously, I worked for the Oxford Martin School, as well as NIESR.

In recent news, I am presenting my poster on measuring economic variety for economic indices at the 2023 ASSA conference. My paper on the productivity slowdown was accepted to the Journal of Economic Literature.

You can also find me on Google Scholar and Twitter.

I built this website to organise my work, CV and other notes (think of it as a scrappy blog, although it is sadly empty for the moment). In particular, I highlight my most recent papers in boxes on the right; click on them to open a PDF.

A complete list of papers, working and otherwise, can be found clicking the 'Research' button above. These are the most recent drafts, and so may feature minor edits not found in other online versions. The plan is to (eventually) host data and code for anyone to download. In the meantime, I encourage you to contact me via email.

wsb link

Reddit's self-organised bull runs

productivity link

Why is productivity slowing down?

variety link

Accounting for variety (early draft)

Updated: January 2023

PGP Key Fingerprint: 123B EC3B 5E95 8F21 C5AE 476D 257A 4D9B F733 9E09

Twitter Handle: @Julian__Winkler