Mate Fodor
Assistant professor
Prof. Dr. Fodor has obtained his doctoral degree at the European centre for advanced research in Economics and Statistics, hosted by the université libre de Bruxelles. He has worked on the economics of talent misallocation within firms and on the political economy of deindustrialization. Dr. Fodor is a recipient of the Terrence Gorman prize at Trinity College Dublin, where he obtained his Master's degree. He joined ISE in 2016 as an assistant professor.

Research interests:

A wide range of research interests, ranging from development economics to industrial organization, but his current research agenda includes work on labor economics, the economics of education and migration.
Mate Fodor
Assistant professor
Prof. Dr. Fodor has obtained his doctoral degree at the European centre for advanced research in Economics and Statistics, hosted by the université libre de Bruxelles. He has worked on the economics of talent misallocation within firms and on the political economy of deindustrialization. Dr. Fodor is a recipient of the Terrence Gorman prize at Trinity College Dublin, where he obtained his Master's degree. He joined ISE in 2016 as an assistant professor.

Research interests:

A wide range of research interests, ranging from development economics to industrial organization, but his current research agenda includes work on labor economics, the economics of education and migration.
Principal publications and working papers
Wren, A., Fodor, M., and Theodropoulou, S. 2013. "The trilemma revisited: Implications for inequality and employment creation of the ICT revolution and the expansion of service trade." In A. Wren ed., The political economy of the service transition (pp. 108-146). Oxford University press. (Link)

Fodor, M. 2013. "Varieties of partisan capitalism and the globalization of service markets." (with Wren A.) In Palgrave and MacMillan, Enacting globalization: multidisciplinary perspectives on international integration.

Fodor, M. 2016. "Education, task allocation and ICT capital." ISE working paper no. 2. (SSRN)
Work in Progress
"Education, task allocation and the college premium." (with Patrick Legros).

Topics on the historical development of Kazakhstan – joint with Gani Aldashev and Alisher Aldashev.

Immigration and informal labor – joint with Alisher Aldashev and Jan Fidrmuc.

Grants
A former beneficiary of the Belgian scientific research fund's 100 000 EUR Aspirant grant and a 15 000 EUR grant.

PAI grant 15,000 euro from Pôles d'Attraction Interuniversitaires.

Contact information:
m_fodor@ise.kz
Personal website

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