2019-2020 PhD Job Market Candidates

JOB MARKET CANDIDATES 2019-2020 SUMMARY PAGE


Job Market Paper:
“Immigration and Crime: Evidence from the Mariel Boatlift”

Fields:
Primary: Applied Public Choice
Secondary: Applied Microeconomics, Public Economics

References:
Arik Levinson (Main Advisor), Josh Teitelbaum, Neel Sukhatme


Job Market Paper:
Cyclical Price Volatility: Role of Shopping Behavior and Customer Capital

Fields:
Primary: Macroeconomics
Secondary: Computational Economics, Consumer Behavior

References:
Mark Huggett, Dan Cao, Toshihiko Mukoyama


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Francisco Garrido

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Job Market Paper:
Mergers Between Multi-Product Firms With Endogenous Variety: Theory and an Application to the RTE-Cereal Industry

Fields:
Primary: Industrial Organization, Structural Econometrics
Secondary: Marketing, Applied Microeconomics

References:
John Rust (co-advisor), Nathan Miller (co-advisor), Roger Lagunoff


Job Market Paper:
Special Economic Zones: A Welfare Analysis of Labor Market Spillover Effect

Fields:
Primary: International Trade, Applied Microeconomics
Secondary: Labor Economics, Development Economics

References:
Rodney Ludema (Main Advisor), Anna Maria Mayda, Ferdinando Monte


Job Market Paper:
“The Precocious Period: Impact of Early Menarche on School Enrollment in India”

Fields:
Primary: Applied Microeconomics
Secondary: Development Economics

References:
Martin Ravallion (co-advisor), Garance Genicot (co-advisor), Shareen Joshi


Job Market Paper:
“Dynamic Bank Capital Regulation and Optimal Macroprudential Policies in the Presence of Shadow Banks”

Fields:
Primary: Macroeconomics, Financial Economics
Secondary: International Economics, Mathematical and Quantitative Methods

References:
Behzad Diba (Main Advisor), Matthew Canzoneri, Luca Guerrieri (Federal Reserve Board)


Job Market Paper:
Group-Based Nudges and Loan Repayment: Evidence from Farmers in Kenya

Fields:
Primary: Development Economics
Secondary: Applied Econometrics

References: Garance Genicot, Martin Ravallion, Ian Gale, and Michael Kremer (Harvard University)