Economics serving society
Morten Stostad

Morten Stostad

PhD student

Paris School of Economics, Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne

Campus Jourdan – 48, boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris

Personal website
  • Public Finance
  • Wealth, income, redistribution and tax policy
  • Public policy

Morten Stostad is available for positions

Morten Stostad is attending the EEA and/or ASSA Meetings

  • Primary Field: Public Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Experimental Economics, Machine Learning
  • References: Stéphane Gauthier, Marc Fleurbaey, Emmanuel Saez
  • Job Market PAPER: The Consequences of Inequality: Beliefs and Redistributive Preferences
  • Placement: Postdoctoral position at FAIR Institute, Norwegian School of Economics NHH (Norway)
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Morten is a public economist studying the interactions between the societal effects of economic inequality and individuals' preferences for redistribution. His research combines large-scale representative surveys, causal experimental design, and optimal taxation theory to quantify how such inequality externalities affect individuals and influence standard economic theory.

Thesis Supervisor: GAUTHIER Stéphane

Academic year of registration: 2019/2020

Thesis title: A Study of the Consequences of Inequality