My main fields of interests are Labor Economics and Applied Micro-econometric. I’m currently a Clinical Assistant Professor at Claremont Graduate University.
Publication and working papers
- Fadlon, Yariv D. 2015. “Statistical Discrimination and the Implication of Employer-Employee Racial Matches.” Journal of Labor Research 36, no. 2: 232-248.
- Fadlon, Yariv D. and Sophie Tripp “The gray area: high school dropout likelihood among skin tone levels of black males” forthcoming Econometrics Letters
- Fadlon, Yariv D. “The Effects of an Increase in Minimum Wage on Labor Market Transitions: Evidence from NLSY”
- Fadlon, Yariv D. and Sophie Tripp “The impact of promotion on wages: an analysis of race and gender differences”
- Fadlon, Yariv D. and Jacob Leos-Urbel “The impact of summer work during high school on labor market outcomes”
I teach four courses a year, three in the fall semester and one in the spring semester. The courses are
- Econometrics 1: Introduction to econometrics (Syllabus Spring 2015)
- Econometrics 2: Advanced microeconometrics (Syllabus fall 2015)
- Microeconomics Analysis: Introduction to microeconomics theory (Syllabus Fall 2015)
- Financial Economics: introduction to finance (Syllabus Fall 2015)
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