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Education

Northeastern University, Ph.D. in Applied Economics

Boston University, M.S. in Financial Economics and Graduate Certificate in Financial Markets and Institutions

Lebanese American University, B.S. in Economics and Mathematics

Publications
Article
Elections and the Economy: What to do about Recessions?
December 2016
Rand Ghayad, Michael I. Cragg, and Frank Pinter
Published in Volume 13, Issue 1, of The Economists' Voice
Article
The Interaction of Managerial and Tax Transfer Pricing
January 21, 2016
Published in Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Transfer Pricing Report

The authors examine the differences between transfer prices used for tax and for management purposes, emphasizing the need to explain the differences to tax authorities who may question the company’s motives.

Article
Making the Most of Document Analytics
December 1, 2015
Published in Law360
Book
Supporting Experienced Long-Term Unemployed Professionals: Preliminary Lessons from a Boston-Area Case Study
October 2015
Rand Ghayad, Ofer Sharone, Gokce Basbug, Alex Vasquez, and Michelle Rosin
Published in Transforming U.S. Workforce Development Policies for the 21st Century
Article
Growing Apart: The Evolution of Income vs. Wealth Inequality
June 10, 2015
Published in The Economists' Voice
Article
Big Data’s Big Impact In Financial Investigations
May 28, 2015
Paul Hinton, Mark Sarro, Rand Ghayad, and Kevin Rosenberg
Published on Law360
Article
Inequities in Tax Policy
May 4, 2015
Published in the Huffington Post
Article
The Employment Puzzle: Should Dodd and Frank Be Blamed?
August 25, 2014
Published in The Huffington Post
Article
Want to Help the Long-Term Unemployed? Try a Two-Tiered Minimum Wage.
May 5, 2014
Published in The Washington Post
Article
Does welfare make US unemployment worse?
July 23, 2013
Published on the World Economic Forum
Article
US Labour Market: Broken With and Without Unemployment Benefits
July 22, 2013
Published on VoxEU
Report
A Decomposition of Shifts of the Beveridge Curve
May 2013
Prepared for the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Article
It’s not a skill mismatch: Disaggregate evidence on the US unemployment-vacancy relationship
January 5, 2013
Published on VoxEU
Report
What Can We Learn by Disaggregating the Unemployment-Vacancy Relationship?
October 2012
Prepared for the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston