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Dennis Snower

Dennis J. Snower
Dennis Snower (ifW) and Christoph M. Schmidt (RWI).
Born (1950-10-14) 14 October 1950
Vienna
Nationality American
Institution Kiel Institute for the World Economy
Christian-Albrechts Universit├Ąt zu Kiel
Alma mater Princeton University
New College, Oxford
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Dennis J. Snower (born 14 October 1950) is an American economist and President of the Kiel Institute for the World Economy and Professor of Economics at the Christian-Albrechts Universit├Ąt zu Kiel.

As part of his research career, he originated the insider-outsider theory of employment and unemployment with Assar Lindbeck, the theory of high-low search with Steve Alpern, and the chain reaction theory of unemployment and the theory of frictional growth with Marika Karanassou and Hector Sala. He was a seminal contributor to the macroeconomics of imperfect competition, and has published extensively on labor economics, macroeconomic theory and policy, and the design of welfare systems. He has recently proposed a new explanation of the inflation-unemployment tradeoff.[1]

Selected publications

  • Dennis Snower and Assar Lindbeck, Involuntary Unemployment as an Insider-Outsider Dilemma (1984).[2]
  • Dennis Snower and Assar Lindbeck, The Insider-Outsider Theory of Employment and Unemployment (1988).[3]

References

  1. ^ http://www.uni-kiel.de/snower/
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