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Position(s) at the Institute
PhD, Columbia University
After having held teaching appointments at Queen's University and Columbia University, Slobodan Djajic joined the Institute faculty as Professor of International Trade and Economic Development. His current research is mainly in the field of international migration, although his earlier publications cover a broad range of topics including exchange rate and current account analysis, trade in exhaustible resources, macroeconomic implications of commercial policies, and the effects of transfers and foreign aid.
Areas of expertise
Recently Published and Forthcoming Articles
- “Migration of Skilled Workers: Policy Interaction between Host and Source Countries,” with Michael S. Michael and Alexandra Vinogradova, Journal of Public Economics, vol. 96: 1015-1024 (December 2012).
- “Undocumented Migrants in Debt,” with Alexandra Vinogradova, Labour Economics. Vol. 24: 15-24 (April 2013).
- “Some Essentials of a Workable Guest-Worker Program,” forthcoming, International Economic Review.
- “Temporary Migration and the Flow of Savings to the Source Country,” forthcoming, Review of Development Economics.
- “Guest-Worker Programs: A Theoretical Analysis of Welfare of the Host and Source Countries,” with Michael S. Michael, forthcoming, Journal of International Trade and Economic Development.
- “Temporary Emigration and Welfare: The Case of Low-Skilled Labor,” forthcoming, International Economic Review.