Peter Schott

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Professor of Economics

Peter Schott’s research focuses on how firms and workers respond to globalization. His most recent projects examine relative export quality across developed and developing countries as well as transfer pricing and product upgrading by multinationals.

Achievements and Awards
Yale School of Management Teaching Award (Core Classes), 2010 
National Science Foundation Research Grant, “Estimating Export Quality” (2006-2009)
National Science Foundation Research Grant, “Firms and Product Choice in International Trade” (2003-2008)

Editorships
Associate Editor, American Economic Review, 2005-2008

Affiliations
Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research
International Research Associate, Institute for Fiscal Studies (UK)
Research Associate, Centre for Economic Performance (LSE)

Education:
Ph.D., The Anderson School at UCLA, 1999
M.S., UCLA, 1995
B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1990