Roozbeh F. Moghadam

Roozbeh F. Moghadam

Position Title
Ph.D. Candidate - Labor Economics, Public Economics


My research is at the intersection of labor, public, and spatial economics. My work studies the effect of productivity shocks on local economies. I also examine the role of unemployment insurance benefits on recipients' short- and long-term labor market outcomes.

Research Interests & Expertise
  • Labor Economics, Public Economics
  • Bell, Alex, T. J. Hedin, Peter Mannino, Roozbeh Moghadam, Carl Romer, Geoffrey C. Schnorr, and Till von Wachter. 2022. “Estimating the Disparate Cumulative Impact of the Pandemic in Administrative Unemployment Insurance Data.” AEA Papers and Proceedings 112 (May): 78–84.
  • Bell, Alex, Thomas J. Hedin, Peter Mannino, Roozbeh Moghadam, Geoffrey Schnorr, and Till von Wachter. 2023. “Disparities in Access to Unemployment Insurance During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Lessons from U.S. and California Claims Data.” RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 9 (3): 78–109.