Martina Jasova is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Barnard College and a Research Associate at the Center for Japanese Economy and Business at Columbia University. Her research combines empirical evidence and economic theory at the intersection of macroeconomics and finance. She works with granular micro-level data to provide answers to macro questions on topics related to financial frictions, central bank policies and labor market.
- Financial Economics
- Empirical Corporate Finance
- BC 3033 Intermediate Macro Theory
- UN 3025 Financial Economics
- BC 3063 Senior Seminar: Empirical Macro-Finance
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Provost Linda Bell and professors Belinda Archibong, Martina Jasova, and Rajiv Sethi explain how stay-at-home orders will impact the economy in the long term.