Runling Wu

Runling Wu

Duke University


I am a Ph.D. student in Economics at Duke University.

My research interest is Labor Economics. I am actively seeking research to understand how labor market prospects and lifetime location choices shape inequalities.

You can download my CV . You can contact me at:

  • Labor Economics
  • Macro Economics
  • Ph.D. in Economics, in progress

    Duke University

  • M.A. in Economics, 2023

    Duke University

  • B.A. in Economics and Mathematics, 2021

    University of Wisconsin-Madison

Work in Progress

  • The Land of Jobs and Opportunities (with Xincheng Qiu and Pengpeng Xiao)

Reading Group Resources

  • “Micro and Macro Perspective of the Labor Market” Reading Group

Jesse Wedewer and I co-organize “Micro and Macro Perspective of the Labor Market” Virtual Reading Group at Duke. An archive can be found here

Please contact if you are interested in participating. Meetings are on Sundays at 12 PM (ET) via Zoom.

A virtual reading group/workshop on “Labor, Firms, and Macro” broadly defined where the participants are econ PhD students from a variety of universities all around the world.