Philipp is Professor of Economics at Cornell University, research at UC Louvain, and Honorary Professorial Fellow at the University of Edinburgh. He is also a research fellow at the CESifo Research Network, the institute for the Future of Labour (IZA) and the Center for Economic Policy Research, and serves on the Executive Committee for the Search and Matching Research Group. His research interests include macroeconomic labour, microeconomic theory and resource allocation in markets with search frictions.
- Providing Advice to Job Seekers at Low Cost: An Experimental Study on On-Line Advice
- Assortative Matching with Large Firms
- Directed and Competitive Search: A Guided Tour
- How wage announcements affect job search behavior: an experimental investigation
- Job search in the 21st Century
- Eliciting Time Preferences When Income and Consumption Vary: Theory, Validation & Application to Job Search
- Do the Long-term Unemployed Benefit from Automated Occupational Advice During Online Job Search