Research focus

I am interested in how technology changes who succeeds in the marketplace.

Recent working papers (more...)

Machines and Machinists: Incremental technical change and wage inequality .

Cattle, Steaks and Restaurants: Development Accounting when Space Matters. Under revision for the *Review of Economic Dynamics*.

Bridges. Work in progress.

Recent peer-reviewed publications (more...)

Koren, Miklós, and Rita Pető, 2020. “Business disruptions from social distancing.” PLoS ONE. 15(9), pp. e0239113.

Caselli, Francesco, Miklós Koren, Milan Lisicky and Silvana Tenreyro, 2020. “Diversification through Trade.” Quarterly Journal of Economics. 135(1), pp. 449-502.

Bisztray, Márta, Miklós Koren and Adam Szeidl, 2018. “Learning to Import from Your Peers.” Journal of International Economics. 115(November), pp. 242-258.

Recent other publications (more...)

Winners and Losers of Globalization: Sixteen Challenges for Measurement and Theory. in: Mátyás et al. (eds), Economics without Borders: Economic Research for European Policy Challenges. Cambridge University Press. Chapter 6, pp 230-273.

Trade and Development in a Globalized World: The Roadmap for a Research Agenda. COEURE Survey, Chapter 11.

The impact of international trade on employment and wages. In: Fazekas K, Benczúr P, Telegdy Á (eds.) The Hungarian labour market, 2013. Budapest: Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences; National Employment Non-profit Public Company, 2013. pp. 246-272.

Recent publications in hungarian (more...)

Péter, Kondor, Koren Miklós, Pál Jenő és Szeidl Ádám, 2014. “Cégek kapcsolati hálózatainak gazdasági szerepe.” Közgazdasági Szemle. LXI(November), pp. 1341-1360.

A külkereskedelem hatása a vállalati munkaerőre és a bérek alakulására. In: Fazekas K, Benczúr P, Telegdy Á (szerk.) Munkerőpiaci Tükör, 2012. pp. 249-274.

László, Halpern, Koren Miklós, Kőrösi Gábor és Vincze János, 2004. “A minimálbér költségvetési hatásai.” Közgazdasági Szemle. 51(4), pp. 325-345.

Recent work in progress (more...)

Firms and Managers.

Genius Loci: Entrepreneurship after the Hungarian Holocaust.

Customer Poaching and Business Stealing.