Víctor Hernández Martínez
I am an applied microeconomist with research interests in Labor and Public Economics.
I strive to understand how workers and firms react to the changing environment they face in the labor market. My current research includes several different projects considering the consequences of unemployment, unemployment insurance, the specificity of human capital, and the effects of international trade on the labor market.
I obtained my Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Rochester. Prior to that, I received a Master's in Economics from the Barcelona School of Economics and a BA in Economics from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.