Distinguished Professor of Economics, UC Santa Barbara
Peter Kuhn is a labor economist with recent research interests in discrimination, migration, China's labor markets, and the role of the internet as a labor market matchmaker. His research has been funded by the NSF, NIH and Ford Foundation, among others. He is a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, the Institute for the Study of Labor(IZA), and the Center for Economic Studies (CES). He currently serves on the editorial boards of AEJ: Applied, the Journal of Labor Economics, the Industrial and Labor Relations Review and Labour Economics.
Recent work by Peter Kuhn
What are the impacts of job advertisements that are targeted at specific genders?