Suleyman Faruk Gozen
I'm a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at the University of Chicago.
My research interest lies in applied economics, with a specific focus on firm dynamics, technological change, innovation, and labor economics.
I am on the 2021-2022 job market, and I will be available for interviews at the EEA 2021 and the ASSA 2022 meetings.
Job Market Paper
Intangible Capital Meets Skilled Labor: The Implications for U.S. Business Dynamism, joint with Yusuf Ozkara (Boston College)
Intangible Capital and Competition in Ride Sharing: The Case of Lyft-Motivate Merger, joint with Hasan K. Tosun (University of Minnesota)
Work in Progress
Patents as Collateral: Innovative Financing for Innovation
Scale up with Intangible Capital
Adjusting Innovation: Firm-Level Responses to Trade Shocks, joint with Ari Boyarsky (Columbia Business School)
Global Intangibles with Local Humans: The Role of Multinational Companies, joint with Ivan Kirov (Analysis Group)