Professor of Economics
Mark Huggett is a Professor in the department of Economics at Georgetown University. He is a macroeconomist. His work has highlighted the importance of idiosyncratic risk for a number of issues including aggregate wealth accumulation, wealth inequality, lifetime inequality and asset pricing. His most recent work offers a human capital interpretation of lifetime inequality.
Huggett received a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in 1991.
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