Ludwig Straub is an assistant professor of economics. His research areas are macroeconomics and international economics. Among his topics of interest are the relationship between rising economic inequality and macroeconomic trends as well as the study of fiscal and monetary policy in heterogeneous-agent models. Ludwig received his Ph.D. in economics from MIT in 2018 and holds undergraduate and master’s degrees in mathematics and physics.

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