David Wiczer is a research economist and associate adviser at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and an associate editor at the European Economic Review. Previously he was an associate professor at Stony Brook University, an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and had temporary positions at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and the National Bureau of Economic Research. He became an IZA research fellow in May 2023. Wiczer's research interests are at the intersection of labor and macroeconomics, studying job search, occupational choice, and social welfare programs including disability insurance. Wiczer holds a PhD from the University of Minnesota, a master's degree from the University of Illinois and a bachelor's degree from Carleton College, all in economics.
Santiago Martinez and David Wiczer. "Labor Market Tightness and How to Measure It" Policy Hub: Macroblog. December 1, 2023.