Runling Wu

Runling Wu

Duke University

Welcome!

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: runling.wu@duke.edu

Interests
  • Labor Economics
  • Macro Economics
Education
  • 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 labor.public@gmail.com 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.