Associate Professor of Economics and MRRC Associate Director
University of Michigan
Dmitriy Stolyarov is an associate professor of economics at the University of Michigan. He is also associate director of the Michigan Retirement Research Center and the Life-Cycle Economics Department at the Institute for Social Research. His primary research interest is macroeconomic theory, with a focus on microeconomic foundations. His recent publications include, "Derivative Ideas and the Value of Intangible Assets" (with John Laitner), International Economic Review. 54(1), February 2013: 59-95; "Inequality and Volatility Moderation in Russia: Evidence from Micro-Level Panel Data on Consumption and Income" (with Yuriy Gorodnichenko and Klara Sabirianova Peter), Review of Economic Dynamics, 13, January 2010: 209-237; "Valuing Lost Home Production of Dual-earner Couples" (with John Laitner and Christopher House), International Economic Review, 49(2), May 2008: 701-736; "Aggregate Returns to Scale and Embodied Technical Change: Theory and Measurement" (with John Laitner, Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series, Journal of Monetary Economics 51(1), January 2004: 191-233; "Technological Change and the Stock Market," (with John Laitner), American Economic Review, 93(4), September 2003: 1240-1267; "Turnover of Used Goods in Stationary Equilibrium: Are Older Goods Traded More?" Journal of Political Economy, 110(6), December 2002: 1390-1413; and, "Optimal Adoption of Complementary Technologies," (with Boyan Jovanovic), American Economic Review, 90(1), March 2000): 15-29. He received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Pennsylvania in 1999.