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Job Market Candidates 2023-2024

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PhD candidates and recent Ph.D.s who will be present on the international job market

PhD awarding institution: University of Bristol

Job Market Paper: Symmetric school choice patterns by income: evidence from Nationwide School Quality information

Fields of Interest: Labour Economics, Economics of Education

Dissertation: The Economics of School Choice and Sorting

EUI Mentor: Sule Alan

References: Sule Alan (European University Institute), Simon Burgess (University of Bristol), Thomas Dee (Stanford University), Andrea Inchino (European University Institute)

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Ph.D. awarded at the EUI in 2021

Job Market Paper: Firm Dynamics and Earnings Risk

Research Interests: Quantitative Macroeconomics (Macro Labor, Macro Public Finance)

Dissertation: Essays in Quantitative Macroeconomics: Income Inequality, Income Risk, and Optimal Redistribution

References: Árpád Ábrahám (University of Bristol), Axelle Ferriere (Paris School of Economics), Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln (Goethe University Frankfurt), Philipp Kircher (Cornell University)

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Job Market Paper: “Entrepreneurship, Human Capital and Wealth"

Research Interests: Quantitative Macroeconomics, Entrepreneurship, Firm Dynamics

References: Russell Cooper (European University Institute) and Árpád Ábrahám (University of Bristol), Javier Miranda (Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH) ).

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Ph.D awarded at the EUI in 2021

Job Market Paper: From Elected to Appointed: The Economic Consequences of Central Takeovers on Public Procurement

Research Interests: Applied microeconomics, behavioral/experimental economics, political economy

Dissertation: Essays on empirical political economy and public policy

References: David K. Levine - Royal Holloway, University of London, Arthur Schram - University of Amsterdam, Matthias Sutter- Max Planck Institute, Bonn

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Ph.D awarded at the EUI in 09/2020

Job Market Paper: Staying together forever? Life-cycle effects of overoptimistic couples (joint w. U. Berresheim)

Research Interests: Macro-Family, Macro-Labor, Public Economics

Dissertation: Working mothers, children, and family policies

References: Árpád Ábrahám, University of Bristol (PhD Advisor), Philipp Kircher, Cornell University and UC Louvain, Dominik Sachs, University of St. Gallen, Michèle Tertilt, University of Mannheim

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Ph.D awarded at the EUI in March 2023

Job Market Paper: Optimal Taxation of Automation

Research Interests: Macroeconomics, Public Economics, Heterogeneous Agents Models

Dissertation: Fiscal Policy with Heterogeneous Agents Macro

References: Árpád Ábrahám, Professor of Economics, University of Bristol, Alexander Monge-Naranjo, Professor of Economics, European University Institute, Hakki Yazici, Professor of Economics, University of Bristol, Richard Holt, Senior Lecturer in Economics, University of Edinburgh

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PhD awarding institution: Princeton University

Job Market Paper: "When Incumbency Limits Public Good Provision"

Fields of Interest: Microeconomic Theory, Political Economy

Dissertation: "Essays in Dynamic Cooperation: Bargaining and Contribution Games"

EUI Mentor: Professor Laurent Mathevet

References: Professor Leeat Yariv, Princeton University - Dept. of Economics, Professor Matias Iaryczower, Princeton University - Dept. of Politics, Professor David Levine, Royal Holloway, University of London - Dept. of Economics, Professor Laurent Mathevet, European University Institute (EUI) - Dept. of Economics

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PhD Awarding Institution: George Mason University

Job Market Paper:
Suggested or Extended Gift: How Alternative Market Institutions Mitigate Moral Hazard

Fields of Interest: Experimental Economics, Microeconomic Theory

Three Essays on Market InstitutionsEUI Mentor: David Levine, Zeinab Aboutalebi

David Levine (Royal Holloway University of London), César Martinelli (George Mason University), Jason Shachat (Durham University)


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