Andrii Parkhomenko is an assistant professor at the Department of Finance and Business Economics at the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business. His research focuses on the interaction between local housing and labor markets and the macroeconomy. He analyzes the implications of housing supply and land use regulation on aggregate productivity and wage and housing price differences across metropolitan areas in the U.S. Andrii also studies relocation subsidies as a supplement to unemployment benefits and investigates their potential effects on unemployment and productivity. Andrii completed undergraduate studies in economics in his native Ukraine. Following a three-year stint in investment banking, he pursued graduate studies, and obtained a Ph.D. in economics from Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona and Barcelona Graduate School of Economics in 2017.