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Job Market Candidates 2017-2018

 

 

Economics Ph.D. Researchers on the Job Market

Riccardo CIACCI


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Job Market Paper: The Effect of Unilateral Divorce Law on Prostitution: Evidence from the U.S.

Dissertation: Essays in Gender and Crime Economics

Research Interests: Labour Economics, Development Economics, Gender Economics, Crime Economics

References: Juan J. Dolado (EUI), Andrea Ichino (EUI), Dominik Sachs (EUI), Emilio Hernández (CGAP, World Bank)

Gozde COREKCIOGLU


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Job Market Paper: Religious Party Takeover and Local Female Employment

Dissertation: Essays on Political Economy

Research Interests: Applied Microeconometrics, Political Economy, Development Economics

References: Andrea Ichino (EUI), Andrea Mattozzi (EUI), David K. Levine (EUI), Timur Kuran (Duke University)

Sylta CORNILS


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Job Market Paper: Corruption and Risk: How Corruption Raises and Reduces Risk

Dissertation: Essays in Applied Microeconomic Theory

Research Interests: Applied Microeconomic Theory, Political Economy, Development Economics

References: David K. Levine (EUI), Andrea Mattozzi (EUI), Andrea Galeotti (EUI) 

Gabriela GALASSI


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Job Market Paper: Labor Demand Response to Labor Demand Incentives: Evidence from a German Labor Market Reform

Dissertation: Essays in Labor Economics

Research Interests: Labor Economics, Public Policy, Applied Econometrics and Macroeconomics

References: Juan J. Dolado (EUI), Árpád Ábrahám (EUI), Baris Kaymak (UdeM)

Ada GONZALEZ-TORRES 


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Job Market Paper: Epidemics and Conflict: Evidence from the Ebola outbreak in Western Africa

Dissertation: Essays in Development Economics

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Research Interests: Development Economics, Political Economy, Health Economics, Applied Microeconomics

References: Jérôme Adda (Bocconi University),  Edward A. Miguel (University of California, Berkeley), Michèle Belot (EUI), David K. Levine (EUI)

Madina KURMANGALIYEVA


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Job Market Paper: Missing Rich Offenders: Traffic Accidents and the Impartiality of Justice

Dissertation: Essays in Applied Microeconomics

Research Interests: Applied Microeconomics

References: Andrea Ichino (EUI), Andrea Mattozzi (EUI),  Jérôme Adda (EUI)

Andresa LAGERBORG


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Job Market Paper: Do sentiment shocks have real effects? U.S. school shootings as a natural experiment

Dissertation: Essays in Macroeconomics

Research Interests: Macroeconomics, Macro-Labor, International Economics, Development Economics, Monetary Policy

References: Evi Pappa (EUI),  Juan Dolado (EUI), Morten Ravn (UCL)

 

Francesca LORIA


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Job Market Paper: The Effect of Oil Price Shocks on U.S. Investment: Size Matters

Dissertation: Essays on Macroeconomics and Monetary Policy

Research Interests: Monetary Policy, Oil Prices, Production Networks, Identification Issues in DSGE Models, Applied (Bayesian) Macroeconometrics and Quantitative Macroeconomics

References: Fabio Canova (BI Norwegian Business School), Juan J. Dolado (EUI), Ellen McGrattan (University of Minnesota), Barbara Rossi (UPF)

Lukas MAYR


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Job Market Paper: Taxing Entrepreneurial Income in the Presence of Trickle Down Effects

Dissertation: Essays on Fiscal Policy and the Macroeconomy

Research Interests: Macroeconomics, Public Economics

References: Árpád Ábrahám (EUI), Dominik Sachs (EUI), Piero Gottardi (EUI), Gian Luca Clementi (NYU, Stern School of Business)

Fabian SCHÜTZE


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Job Market Paper: Disagreement, Switching Beliefs, and Stock Market Volatility

Dissertation: Essays in Macroeconomics and Finance

Research Interests: Asset Pricing, Macroeconomics and Learning 

References: Ramon Marimon (EUI), Piero Gottardi (EUI), Rody Manuelli (WUSTL)

Max Weber Fellows on the Job Market

Matteo FOSCHI


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Ph.D. awarding institution: University of Leicester

Job Market Paper: Subjective Performance Evaluation of Employees with Biased Beliefs 

Dissertation: Behavioural Biases and Contract Theory

Fields of Interest: Applied Microeconomic Theory, Industrial Organization, Bounded Rationality,  Contract Theory

EUI Mentor: Andrea Mattozzi

References: Faruk Gül (Princeton University) , Luís Santos-Pinto (University of Lausanne), Chris Wallace (University of Manchester), Andrea Mattozzi (EUI) 

Maxim GORYUNOV


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Ph.D. awarding institution: CERGE-EI

Job Market Paper: Sorting When Firms Have Size 

Dissertation: Essays in Economic Theory

Fields of Interest: Labor Economics, Industrial Organization, Costly Information Acquisition

EUI Mentor: Andrea Galeotti

References: Jakub Steiner (CERGE-EI and University of Edinburgh),  Andrea Galeotti (EUI), Philipp Kircher (EUI)

Seetha MENON


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Ph.D. awarding institution: University of Essex

Job Market Paper:  Marital Endowments and Domestic Violence

Dissertation: Public Health Issues in India and UK - Child mortality and survival expectations

Fields of Interest: Applied Microeconomics in Health and Development

EUI Mentor: Andrea Ichino

References: Adeline Delavande (University of Essex),  Sonia Bhalotra (University of Essex), Andrea Ichino (EUI)

Kym PRAM


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Ph.D. awarding institution: Northwestern University

Job Market Paper: Learning and Evidence in Principal-Agent Environments

Dissertation: Essays in Economic Theory

Fields of Interest: Microeconomic Theory, Economics of Information, Game Theory

EUI Mentor: Piero Gottardi

References: Eddie Dekel (Northwestern University), Alessandro Pavan (Northwestern University), Piero Gottardi (EUI)

 

Joao Rafael SOUSA DA CUNHA


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Ph.D. awarding institution: Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva (IHEID)

Job Market Paper: The Making of Financial Regulation - Voting on Financial Regulation in the U.S. Congress

Dissertation: Political Economy of U.S. Financial Regulation

Fields of Interest: Finance, Monetary Economics, International Macroeconomics and Finance, Macroeconomics, Financial and Monetary History

EUI Mentor: Youssef Cassis

References: Ugo Panizza (Graduate Institute, Geneva), Rahul Mukherjee (Graduate Institute, Geneva), Solomos Solomou (University of Cambridge), David Levine (EUI) 

Post-Docs on the Job Market

Pavel BRENDLER


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Ph.D. awarded at the EUI in 2016

Job Market Paper: Earnings inequality and income redistribution through Social Security

Dissertation: Essays on income inequality, political inequality and income redistribution in the U.S.

Fields of Interest: Macroeconomics, Public Economics, Political Economy

References: Árpád Ábrahám (EUI), Andrea Mattozzi (EUI), Dean Corbae (Wisconsin School of Business), Ananth Seshadri (University of Wisconsin–Madison)

Esther Mirjam GIRSBERGER


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Ph.D. awarded at the EUI in 2015

Job Market Paper: The Puzzle of Educated Unemployment in West Africa

Dissertation: Essays in Migration, Education and Work Opportunities

Fields of Interest: Development Economics, Labour Economics, Applied Econometrics, Public Economics

References: Jérôme Adda (Bocconi University), Árpád Ábrahám (EUI), Rafael Lalive (University of Lausanne)

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