My research focuses on classical-Keynesian cycles, growth and distribution and the decline of the labor share. These topics are closely linked, since a question is whether the rise in inequality has led to stagnation. Examples of my work include "The decline of the US labor share across sectors" in the Review of Income and Wealth (https://doi.org/10.1111/roiw.12487) and "Classical and Keynesian models of inequality and stagnation" at IMK/FMM (https://tinyurl.com/RTVZ-Nov-2022).
- Ph.D., Economics, New School for Social Research. Project: Essays on Macroeconomic and International Adjustment in Keynesian Policy Models
Rudi von Arnim is Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, UT. He received a PhD in Economics from the New School for Social Research in 2008. von Arnim has been serving as the Director of Undergraduate Studies since 2015, and has been affiliated with the Austrian Foundation for Development Research (ŐFSE, Vienna, Austria) as a Senior Research Associate since 2016. Research interests extend from macroeconomic theory, with a focus on the links between growth, the business cycle and the distribution of income to economic development, with a focus on structural heterogeneity. On these themes, he has worked with and consulted for G24, UNDP, UNCTAD, and ILO’s Institute for International Studies (IILS).