# Chase Abram

I am a PhD Candidate in the Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics at the University of Chicago. My research is broadly concerned with understanding the mechanisms generating inequality, and how policy can address related issues. In particular, I focus on trends in the distributions of income and wealth, as well as changing patterns in the organization of firms and production.

Email: abram@uchicago.edu

Follow me on Twitter: @chase_abram

Git: chaserileyabram

## Public Discussion

## Some Miscellaneous Notes

- UChicago Econ PhD Math Camp Lecture Notes (+ solutions): Notes I used while teaching the introductory math camp for PhD students in the economics department in Fall 2021 and 2022

- Extreme Value Derivations: Handy reference for a handful of extreme value results, including a derivation of choice probabilities.

- Simple Sticky Wage New Keynesian Model: Derivation of a RANK in continuous-time with sticky wages and monopsonistic competition in the labor market.

- Markov Processes: Some introductory notes on Markov Processes. Prepared for a TA session for Nancy Stokey's Theory of Income I.

- Conditioning with Normal Random Variables: A few lines of linear algebra to find the distribution of a normal vector, conditional on observing another normal vector, when they are drawn from an arbitrary joint process. Prepared for a TA session for Lars Hansen and Tom Sargent's Empirical Analysis II.

- Generalized Method of Moments: The bare basics of GMM, with some examples. Prepared for a TA session for Lars Hansen and Tom Sargent's Empirical Analysis II.

- Welfare Theorems: Some notes on the welfare theorems. Prepared for a TA session for Nancy Stokey's Theory of Income I.

## Code

- hopenhayn.jl: Julia implementation of Hopenhayn (1992).