Stepan Gordeev

Macro Development Economist

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I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Connecticut. I completed my Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Rochester in 2022.

My research is at the intersection of macroeconomics and development.

I strive to understand the role that the heterogeneous behavior of individual firms and households responding to their unique constraints plays in determining the aggregate development path of the economy.

I will be on the 2023/2024 job market.

working papers

  1. JMP
    Misallocation and Product Choice
    updated October 2023
  2. Nutrition Demand, Subsistence Farming, and Agricultural Productivity
    revise and resubmit, Journal of Development Economics
    updated July 2023
  3. Intangible Capital, Tangible Misallocation
    updated March 2020
  4. Input-Driven Production Technology Heterogeneity and the Allocation of Inputs
    updated October 2023
  5. Determinants of PTA Design: Insights from Machine Learning
    revise and resubmit, International Economics
    updated October 2023
  6. What Matters for Agricultural Trade? Assessing the Role of Trade Deal Provisions using Machine Learning
    under review
    updated July 2023

work in progress

  1. Identity, Trade, and Misallocation