Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Notre Dame
Matthias Hoelzlein is an Assistant Professor of Economics at University of Notre Dame. He works on topics in international trade, urban economics and economic geography. His research agenda is centered on how heterogeneous agents’ exposure to local markets determines welfare and distributional effects of shocks such as policy interventions.
Before joining Notre Dame in 2020 Matthias received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Master's degree (German equivalent) in Business and Engineering from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
Recent work by Matthias Hoelzlein
Scaling up agricultural policy interventions: Evidence from Uganda
A new methodology combining experimental data with a quantitative model sheds light on the household-level and distributional effects of scaling up...
Articles : Methods & Measurement
Lauren Falcao Bergquist Benjamin Faber Thibault Fally Matthias Hoelzlein Edward Miguel Andres Rodríguez-Clare