2016 - Fellows of the Econometric Society
2012 - Member of Academia Europaea
Yves Zenou spends much of his time researching Labour economics, Unemployment, Ethnic group, Spatial mismatch and Wage. His work carried out in the field of Labour economics brings together such families of science as Competition, Social capital and Subsidy. Yves Zenou works mostly in the field of Unemployment, limiting it down to topics relating to Urban spatial structure and, in certain cases, Spatial contextual awareness, Involuntary unemployment and Productivity.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Immigration, Statistical significance and Demographic economics. His Immigration research focuses on Identity and how it connects with European Social Survey, Dominant culture and Social environment. His Spatial mismatch research incorporates elements of Racism and Space.
His primary areas of study are Labour economics, Unemployment, Microeconomics, Social psychology and Demographic economics. His work carried out in the field of Labour economics brings together such families of science as Matching, Urban spatial structure and Interpersonal ties. His study in the field of Efficiency wage is also linked to topics like Relocation.
His studies deal with areas such as Subsidy, Welfare and Social network as well as Microeconomics. His work on Friendship and Peer effects as part of his general Social psychology study is frequently connected to Cultural transmission in animals, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His work is dedicated to discovering how Demographic economics, Ethnic group are connected with Identity and Immigration and other disciplines.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Microeconomics, Demographic economics, Network formation and Friendship. His Peer effects, Identity and Convergence study in the realm of Social psychology connects with subjects such as Cultural transmission in animals and Transmission. His Microeconomics research incorporates themes from Planner, Subsidy and Welfare.
His Demographic economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Urban economics, Educational attainment and Interpersonal ties. Yves Zenou has included themes like Urban spatial structure, Space, Social space, Labour economics and Minority group in his Interpersonal ties study. The concepts of his Space study are interwoven with issues in Spatial mismatch and Ethnic group.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Microeconomics, Social psychology, Interpersonal ties, Peer effects and Strong ties. His study in Microeconomics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Key, Subsidy and Social network. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Test and Ethnic group.
Many of his studies on Interpersonal ties involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Labour economics. His research in Labour economics intersects with topics in Simple, Crime rate and City size. His Peer effects study incorporates themes from Game theoretic and Structure.
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Who's who in networks. Wanted: the key player
Coralio Ballester;Antoni Calvó-Armengol;Yves Zenou.
Why is central Paris rich and downtown Detroit poor?: An amenity-based theory
Jan K. Brueckner;Jacques François Thisse;Jacques François Thisse;Yves Zenou;Yves Zenou.
European Economic Review (1999)
Peer Effects and Social Networks in Education
Antoni Calvó-Armengol;Eleonora Patacchini;Yves Zenou.
The Review of Economic Studies (2009)
The mechanisms of spatial mismatch
Laurent Gobillon;Harris Selod;Yves Zenou.
Urban Studies (2007)
Games on networks
Matthew O. Jackson;Matthew O. Jackson;Matthew O. Jackson;Yves Zenou;Yves Zenou.
Handbook of Game Theory With Economic Applications (2015)
Job matching, social network and word-of-mouth communication
Antoni Calvó-Armengol;Yves Zenou.
Journal of Urban Economics (2005)
The Economic Consequences of Social-Network Structure
Matthew O. Jackson;Brian W. Rogers;Yves Zenou.
Journal of Economic Literature (2017)
SOCIAL NETWORKS AND CRIME DECISIONS: THE ROLE OF SOCIAL STRUCTURE IN FACILITATING DELINQUENT BEHAVIOR*
Antoni Calvó-Armengol;Yves Zenou.
International Economic Review (2004)
Density, Social Networks and Job Search Methods: Theory and Application to Egypt
Jackline Wahba;Yves Zenou.
Journal of Development Economics (2005)
Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Migration, Entrepreneurship and Social Capital
Jackline Wahba;Yves Zenou;Yves Zenou.
Regional Science and Urban Economics (2012)
Regional Science and Urban Economics
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