Assistant Professor of Economics
Ph.D., Harvard University
Field of Specialty
Macroeconomics: Business Cycles, Unemployment, Aggregate Consumption, Expectations.
Daniel L. Tortorice
Dan is a macroeconomist studying the causes of economic fluctuations and the formation of macroeconomic expectations. He uses data on expectations to test leading models of expectations, learning-based models of expectations to study consumption volatility, and structural models to examine outflow from and inflow into unemployment. He teaches undergraduate macroeconomic theory, financial theory and courses in the Ph.D. macroeconomics sequence. Dan holds undergraduate degrees in Economics and Mathematics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. from Harvard University.
Tortorice, Daniel L.. "Credit Constraints, Learning and Aggregate Consumption Volatility." Macroeconomic Dynamics 18. (2014): 338-368.
Tortorice, Daniel L.. "Endogenous separation, wage rigidity and the dynamics of unemployment." Journal of Macroeconomics 38. B (2013): 179-191.
Tortorice, Daniel L.. "Unemployment Expectations and the Business Cycle." The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics (Topics) 12. 1 (2012): 1-47.
Tortorice, Daniel L.. "Objective and Self-Reported Work Performance a Comparative Analysis (w/ Glenn Pransky, Stan Finkelstein, Ernst Berndt, Margaret Kyle, Joan Mackell)." International Journal of Productivity & Performance Management 55. 5 (2006): 390-99.
Tortorice, Daniel L.. "Measuring health impacts on work performance: Comparing subjective and objective reports." Value in Health 5. 6 (2002): 448-9.
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