Mathilde Munoz, University of Berkeley
Mathilde Munoz is currently a post-doctoral fellow at Berkeley Stones Center. She will be joining the faculty of UC Berkeley in July 2023 as an Assistant Professor of Economics.
Her research focuses on the redistributive implications of cross-border labor mobility and trade-in-services within and across countries.
Mathilde works on topics in public economics and international trade, with a particular interest for the distributional effects of globalization and tax competition.
Her research has been awarded the Young Economist Award from the International Institute for Public Finance in 2019, the OECD Future of work fellowship in 2020 and the Arthur Sachs prize in 2021.
Since 2020, she has been appointed by the European Commission as a national expert for international mobility and trade in services in France and Belgium, as part of the POSTING.STAT consortium.
CEBI contact: Kristoffer Balle Hvidberg