Oded Stark

Research Fellow

University of Bonn

Oded Stark is Distinguished Fellow at the Center for Development Research, University of Bonn, Distinguished Professor at the University of Warsaw, and Adjunct Professor at the University of Tuebingen. He served as Distinguished Research Scholar at Georgetown University, as University Professor (Chair in Economic and Regional Policy) at the University of Klagenfurt, and as Honorary University Professor of Economics at the University of Vienna, and prior to that as Professor of Economics (Chair in Development Economics) at the University of Oslo, and as Professor of Population and Economics and as the Director of the Migration and Development Program at Harvard University. He has written on applied microeconomic theory, development economics, population economics, the economics of migration, labor economics, evolutionary economics, urban economics, regional economics, welfare economics, risk-taking behavior, and the theory of the firm.

He is the author of the critically acclaimed books The Migration of Labor (Oxford and Cambridge, MA: Blackwell 1991 and 1993), and Altruism and Beyond, An Economic Analysis of Transfers and Exchanges Within Families and Groups (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1995 and 1999), and is the co-editor of the Handbook of Population and Family Economics (in Handbooks in Economics; Amsterdam: North-Holland 1997, and Beijing: Economic Science Press 2004). Oded Stark is Doctor honoris causa (University of Warsaw), a Humboldt Awardee, and a Presidential Professor of Economics (Poland).

He joined IZA as a Research Fellow in April 2019.


IZA Publications

IZA Discussion Paper No. 12361
Oded Stark, Wiktor Budzinski, Grzegorz Kosiorowski
published in: European Journal of Operational Research, 2019, 278 (3), 837 - 844
IZA Discussion Paper No. 12331
Oded Stark, Wiktor Budzinski, Grzegorz Kosiorowski
published in: Journal of Regional Science, 2019, 59 (5), 883 - 909
IZA Discussion Paper No. 12283
Oded Stark, Wiktor Budzinski
published in: Journal of Economic Demographics, 2019, 85 (2), 165 - 179