Benoit Julien

Associate Professor

School of Economics - Master of Arts and PhD, University of Western Ontario | Bachelor of Arts, Laval/Queen's


Macroeconomic theory, monetary economics, search and matching, and unemployment

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About Benoit

Benoit Julien is an Associate Professor of Economics at University of New South Wales. His main research focus is on developing theoretical models of frictional markets, and to investigate how different forms of frictions (information, coordination, financial), along with different pricing mechanisms, affect equilibrium market allocations. In particular, such models are suitable to investigate how the equilibrium choice variables such as asset, consumption, physical and human capital depend on frictions and pricing environments.​​​