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          Assistant Professor of Economics, UW Madison, 2014-Present.
          PhD in Economics, University of Chicago, 2014.
          Research Associate, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 2006-2008.
          BA in Applied Math, UC Berkeley, 2006.

Contact Information

          E-mail: eatalay@ssc.wisc.edu
          Office: 7426 Sewell Social Science

Working Papers

    A.   How Wide Is the Firm Border?   (with Ali Hortaçsu, Mary Jialin Li, and Chad Syverson), 2017.     [Show Abstract]

    B.   The Evolving U.S. Occupational Structure (with Phai Phongthiengtham, Sebastian Sotelo, and Daniel Tannenbaum), 2017.
          Data Page.     [Show Abstract]

Publications and Accepted Papers

    1.   How Important Are Sectoral Shocks?
          American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, 2017, 9(4): 254-280.   Replication files.   [Show Abstract]

    2.   Materials Prices and Productivity
          Journal of the European Economic Association, 2014, 12(3): 575-611.   Replication files.     [Show Abstract]

    3.   Vertical Integration and Input Flows (with Ali Hortaçsu and Chad Syverson)
          Previously circulated as "Why Do Firms Own Production Chains?" and "Vertical Integration and Production: Some Plant-Level Evidence"
          American Economic Review, 2014, 104(4): 1120-1148.  
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industry-level indices of vertical integration.   Replication files.     [Show Abstract]

    4.   Sources of Variation in Social Networks
          Games and Economic Behavior, 2013, 79: 106-131.   Replication files.     [Show Abstract]

    5.   Network Structure of Production (with Ali Hortaçsu, Jimmy Roberts, and Chad Syverson)
          Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2011, 108(13): 5199-5202.   Supplemental material.     [Show Abstract]

    6.   The Topology of the Federal Funds Market (with Morten Bech)
          Physica A, 2010, 389(22): 5223-5246.   Working paper versions: ECB and NYFRB.   Typos.     [Show Abstract]

Older Working Papers

      i.   Quantifying the Benefits of a Liquidity-Saving Mechanism (with Antoine Martin and Jamie McAndrews), 2010.
          Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports, #447.     [Show Abstract]

    ii.   The Welfare Effects of a Liquidity-Saving Mechanism (with Antoine Martin and Jamie McAndrews), 2010.
          Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports, #331.     [Show Abstract]

Teaching

    Economics 468: Industrial Organization and Imperfect Competition     Spring 2017.
          Syllabus       See uwmad.courses.wisconsin.edu for course materials.

    Economics 714: Macroeconomic Theory II (Second Half)     Spring 2017.
          Syllabus       See uwmad.courses.wisconsin.edu for course materials.

    Economics 810: Advanced Macroeconomic Theory     Spring 2017.
          Syllabus       Course Materials       Material from 2015       Material from 2014