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Job Market Candidates 2019-2020

PhD candidates and recent PhDs who will be present on the international job market

 

Matteo ESCUDÉ 


PhD candidate

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Job Market Paper: “Communication with partially verifiable endogenous information”

Dissertation: Essays in economic theory

Research Interests: Theory, information acquisition and transmission, mechanism design

References: Piero Gottardi (University of Essex), Giacomo Calzolari (EUI), Wouter Dessein (Columbia Business School), Frédéric Koessler (Paris School of Economics)

Alessandro FERRARI 


PhD candidate

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Job Market Paper: “Global Value Chains and the Business Cycle”

Dissertation: Essays in International Macroeconomics

Research Interests: International Macroeconomics, International Trade, Industrial Organization

References: Ramon Marimon (EUI), Philipp Kircher (EUI), Juan Dolado (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)

Nils GREVENBROCK


Max Weber Fellow

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Ph.D. awarding institution: Goethe University Frankfurt

Job Market Paper: "Inheritance Taxation and Wealth Inequality: The Role of Family Businesses"

Dissertation: Interactions of Social Insurance System (June 2018)

Fields of Interest: Quantitative Macroeconomics, Optimal Taxation, Household Finance, Behavioural Macroeconomics

EUI Mentor: Russell Cooper

References: Alexander Ludwig (Goethe University Frankfurt), Dirk Krueger (University of Pennsylvania), Russell Cooper (EUI)

Francisco Vitorino QUEIROS 


Max Weber Fellow

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Ph.D. awarding institution: Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona)

Job Market Paper: "Low Competition Traps"

Dissertation: Essays in Macroeconomics with Financial Markets

Fields of Interest:  Macroeconomics, industrial organization, financial economics

EUI Mentor: Ramon Marimon

References: Jaume Ventura (CREI, UPF), Fernando Broner (CREI, UPF) and Ramon Marimon (EUI) 

Anna ROGANTINI PICCO


PhD candidate

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Job Market Paper: "Fiscal Multipliers: a Tale from the Labor Market”

Dissertation: Essays in Macroeconomics

Research Interests: Macroeconomics, Fiscal Policy, International Finance

References: Evi Pappa (Universidad Carlos III Madrid), Leonardo Melosi (Federal Reserve Bank, Chicago) Juan Dolado, (Universidad Carlos III Madrid)

Laure SIMON 


PhD candidate

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Job Market Paper: "Fiscal Stimulus and Skill Accumulation over the Life-Cycle"

Dissertation: Essays in Macroeconomics 

Research Interests: Applied Macroeconomics, Fiscal Policy, Monetary Economics

References: Evi Pappa (Universidad Carlos III Madrid), Axelle Ferriere (Paris School of Economics), Juan Dolado (Universidad Carlos III Madrid), Jean-Paul L'Huillier (Brandeis University) 

Chima SIMPSON-BELL 


PhD candidate

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Job Market Paper: “Risk Sharing and Policy Convergence in Economic Unions”

Dissertation: Essays on Risk Sharing in Economic Unions

Research Interests: Macroeconomics, Sovereign Debt, Contract Theory

References: Ramon Marimon (EUI), Russell Cooper (EUI)

Alessandro SPIGANTI


Max Weber Fellow

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Ph.D. awarding institution: University of Edinburgh

Job Market Paper: "Inequality of Opportunity, Inequality of Effort, and Innovation"

Dissertation: Essays on climate change, innovation, and inequality

Fields of Interest: Applied Economic Theory, Economics of Innovation, Climate Change Economics

EUI Mentor: Philipp Kircher

References: Philipp Kircher (EUI), Jonathan Thomas (UoE), Andrew Clausen (UoE)

Egon TRIPODI


PhD candidate

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Job Market Paper: “Self-Persuasion: Evidence from Field Experiments at Two International Debating Competitions"

Dissertation: Belief Formation and Prosocial Behavior

Research Interests: Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Public Economics, Political Economy, Economics of Charity

References: David K. Levine (EUI), Michele Belot (EUI), Lorenz Goette (University of Bonn), Joël van der Weele (University of Amsterdam)  

Giulia TURA


Max Weber Fellow

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Ph.D. awarding institution: University of Bologna 

Job Market Paper: “Marriage, Fertility, and Cultural Integration in Italy”

Dissertation: Essays in the Economics of the Family and Cultural Transmission

Fields of Interest: Applied Microeconometrics, Labor and Family Economics, Economics of Culture

EUI Mentor: Michèle Belot

References: Alberto Bisin (New York University), Jérôme Adda (Bocconi University), Michèle Belot (EUI), Paolo Pinotti (Bocconi University)

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