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Daniel Fernández Kranz

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Daniel Fernández Kranz

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Economics

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Daniel Fernández Kranz holds a Ph.D. in Economics by the University of Chicago and is the Chair of the Economics Department and an Associate Professor (with tenure) of Economics at IE-Business School, Madrid. His research focuses in the areas of Microeconomics, Labor Markets, and Family Economics. Daniel has published in the Journal of Human Resources, Labour Economics, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, OBES and the Journal of Applied Statistics among others. Before joining IE-Business School, Daniel was an Economics Professor at Saint Louis University, Madrid, and an economic consultant at N/E/R/A (National Economic Research Associates), in the Chicago, Boston and Madrid offices.

Academic Background

• Ph.D. in Economics, University of Chicago

• M.A. in Economics, University of Chicago

• B.A. in Economics, University of Barcelona

Academic Experience

• Chair of the Economics Department, IE Business School, Madrid, 2012 – present

• Professor of Economic Environment and Country Analysis, IE Business School, Madrid, 2008 – present

• Associate Professor, Department of Economics and Business Administration, member of the Academic Quality Evaluation Committee, Saint Louis University-Madrid Campus, 2003 – 2008

Corporate Experience

• Consultant at NERA (National Economics Research Associates), Madrid, 2000 – 2003

Latest Publications

Fernández Kranz, D. & Rodríguez Planas, N. (2018). “The Perfect Storm: Graduating in a Recession in a Segmented Labor Market”. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 71(2): 492-524

Lechner, M., Rodriguez-Planas, N.& Fernández Kranz, D. (2016). “Difference‐in‐Difference Estimation by FE and OLS when there is Panel Non-Response”. Journal of Applied Statistics, Vol. 43(11): 2044-2052

Fernández-Kranz, D., Lacuesta, A. & Rodríguez-Planaz, N. (2013). “The Motherhood Earnings Dip: Evidence from Administrative Records”. The Journal of Human Resources, Vol. 48(1): 169-197