Department of Economics | Faculty of Social Sciences | University of Copenhagen

Tine Sletting, Information (2012)    

 Name: Jeppe Druedahl (tenure-track assistant professor)

 CV | Blog (only in Danish)

 Phone: +45 35 32 44 25 (or +45 30 25 46 92)
 E-mail: jeppe.druedahl@econ.ku.dk
 Office: 35.2.20

 

Research Focus:
Keywords: Macroeconomic questions; models with uncertainty and heterogeneity;
micro-level data; and computational methods.

 

Computational tools:
Toolbox for consumption-saving models (package, examples)
Numerical economics for teaching (package, examples, course page)
GitHub: NumEconCopenhagen

 

Public debate:
A kinder egg on MMT
Reading list: What is mainstream economics?
Hvorfor matematiske modeller i økonomi?
Den makroøkonomiske teoris historie


Working papers:

 

Long-Run Saving Dynamics: Evidence from Unexpected Inheritances

with Alessandro Martinello

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Can Consumers Distinguish Persistent from Transitory Income Shocks? (R&R at Economic Journal)

with Thomas Jørgensen

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Higher-order Income Dynamics with Linked Regression Trees (R&R at The Econometrics Journal)

with Anders Munk-Nielsen

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A Guide On Solving Non-Convex Consumption-Saving Model [code]

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Estimating Dynamic Economic Models with Fixed Effects

with Thomas Jørgensen and Dennis Kristensen

 

Publications:

 

Earmarked Paternity Leave and the Relative Income within Couples (2019)

Economics Letters (accepted)

with Thomas Jørgensen and Mette Ejrnæs

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Identifying Heterogeneous Income Profiles Using Covariances of Income Levels and Future Growth Rates  (2018)
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 94

with Anders Munk-Nielsen

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Precautionary Borrowing and the Credit Card Debt Puzzle (2018)
Quantiative Economics, 9(2)

with Casper Nordal Jørgensen

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A General Endogenous Grid Method for
Multi-Dimensional Models with Non-Convexities and Constraints [code] (2017)

Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 74

with Thomas Jørgensen

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Persistent vs. Permanent Income Shocks in the Buffer-Stock Model [code] (2017)
The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics (Advances), 17(1)

with Thomas Jørgensen

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Work-in-progress (tentative titles):


 

The Marginal Propensity to Consume out of Future Cash-Flows

with Emil Bjerre Jensen and Søren Leth-Petersen

 

High Frequency Income Risk

with Thomas Jørgensen and Michael Graber

 

Durable Consumption

with  Karl Harmenberg, Erik Öberg and Mikael Carlsson

 

Expectations and House Price Dynamics in General Equilibrium

with Anders Munk-Nielsen

 

Business Cycle Fluctuations in the Demand for Consumer Durables [old working paper]

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The Demand for Housing over the Life-Cycle under Long-Term Gross Debt Contracts [old working paper]

Slides

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