Personal Page: gmarschke.com
Fields of Interest: Labor Economics, Economics of Organizations
Gerald Marschke’s research spans the fields of labor economics, industrial organization, public economics, organizational economics and the economics of science. His current research focuses on the economics of science and technology, with an approach that acknowledges the primacy of scientists and engineers and their labor markets in bringing forth innovation and scientific advance. He is a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research and a Wertheim Fellow of the Labor and Worklife Program at Harvard Law School. He teaches labor economics at all levels and microeconomics and the economics of science and innovation at the undergraduate and master’s level.