Research focus

I am interested in how technology changes who succeeds in the marketplace.

Recent working papers (more...)

Machines and machinists: Importing skill-biased technology .

Cattle, Steaks and Restaurants: Development Accounting when Space Matters.

Under revision for the Review of Economic Dynamics.

Diversification through Trade.

Under revision for the Quarterly Journal of Economics.

Recent peer-reviewed publications (more...)

Márta Bisztray, Miklós Koren and Adam Szeidl, 2018. “Learning to Import from Your Peers.” Journal of International Economics. 115(November), pp. 242-258.

Roc Armenter and Miklós Koren, 2016. “A Balls-and-Bins Model of Trade: Reply.” American Economic Review. 106(3), pp. .

László Halpern, Miklós Koren and Adam Szeidl, 2015. “Imported Inputs and Productivity.” American Economic Review. 105(12), pp. 3660-3703.

Recent other publications (more...)

Winners and Losers of Globalization: Sixteen Challenges for Measurement and Theory.

in: Mátyás et al. (eds), Economics without Borders: Economic Research for European Policy Challenges. Cambridge University Press. Chapter 6, pp 230-273.

Trade and Development in a Globalized World: The Roadmap for a Research Agenda.

COEURE Survey, Chapter 11.

The impact of international trade on employment and wages.

In: Fazekas K, Benczúr P, Telegdy Á (eds.) The Hungarian labour market, 2013. Budapest: Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences; National Employment Non-profit Public Company, 2013. pp. 246-272.

Recent publications in hungarian (more...)

Kondor Péter, Koren Miklós, Pál Jenő és Szeidl Ádám, 2014. “Cégek kapcsolati hálózatainak gazdasági szerepe.” Közgazdasági Szemle. LXI(November), pp. 1341-1360.

A külkereskedelem hatása a vállalati munkaerőre és a bérek alakulására.

In: Fazekas K, Benczúr P, Telegdy Á (szerk.) Munkerőpiaci Tükör, 2012. pp. 249-274.

Halpern László, Koren Miklós, Kőrösi Gábor és Vincze János, 2004. “A minimálbér költségvetési hatásai.” Közgazdasági Szemle. 51(4), pp. 325-345.

Recent work in progress (more...)

Efficiciency Losses from Misallocating Government Contracts.

The Economic Geography of Supply Chains.

Transit Trade and Economic Geography.