Job Market Candidates

Information about the job market candidates for the 2015-16 academic year.

Placement Officers: Placement Coordinator:
Iourii Manovskii
Associate Professor of Economics

Andrew Postlewaite
Professor of Economics
Kelly A Quinn
Graduate Program Coordinator
Main Department: 215-898-7701
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Name Fields of Interest Title of Job Market Paper Advisor
Murat Celik Macroeconomics, Economic Growth Does the Cream Always Rise to the Top? The Misallocation of Talent in Innovation
Jeremy Greenwood
Ufuk Akcigit
Hongseok Choi Asset Pricing, Portfolio Choice, Behavioral Finance (Ambiguity) Learning under Ambiguity, Portfolio Choice, and Asset Returns Domenico Cuoco
Selman Erol Network Formation, Economic Theory Network Hazard and Bailouts Rakesh Vohra
Rong Hai Applied Economics, Labor Economics, Health Economics, Public Economics, Household Finance A Dynamic Model of Health, Education and Wealth with Credit Constraints and Rational Addiction (with James J. Heckman) Kenneth Wolpin
Ju Hu Microeconomic Theory, Game Theory, Dynamic Games Biased Learning and Permanent Reputation George Mailath
Junwen (Caroline) Liu Labor Economics, Public Economics, Education, Consumer Finance The Effects of Tuition and Student Loan Policies on College Outcomes and Lifetime Earnings Hanming Fang
Ekim Cem Muyan Political Economics, Development Economics, Public Economics Public Investment under Alternative Decentralization Institutions
Antonio Merlo
Camilo Garcia-Jimeno
Daniel Neuhann Macroeconomics, Financial Economics, Financial Institutions Harold Cole
Francisco Silva Applied Microeconomic Theory, Public Economics, Law and Economics If we Confess our Sins Andrew Postlewaite
Vesa Soini Macroeconomics, Financial Economics, Labor Economics Academic Specialization and Misallocation of Skills in the Labor Market Guillermo Ordonez
Yu Wang
Chunzan Wu Macroeconomics, Public Finance, Labor Economics, Computational Economics More Unequal Income but Less Progressive Taxation: Economics or Politics? Dirk Krueger
YinYin Yu Education, Industrial Organization, Applied Microeconomics The Intended and Unintended Consequences of Regulating For-Profit Colleges: A Model of Enrollment and Retention Hanming Fang