Current Job Market Candidates

Placement Director: Prof. Susan Vroman
Phone: (202) 687-6024
Email: susan.vroman@georgetown.edu

Placement Administrator: Julius J. Shapiro
Phone: 202-687-6260
Email: js3900@georgetown.edu (new window)

Welcome to the Placement website of the Department of Economics. I am pleased to provide information describing the Georgetown University Department of Economics Ph.D. candidates who are on the job market this year. Each candidate’s website includes a CV, research description, and links to papers. All will be attending the ASSA meeting in January 2020 and will be available for interviews. Some of the candidates will attend the EEA meeting. I am happy to provide any additional information.

Sincerely,
Susan Vroman, Placement Director

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

CV
Website
fg359@georgetown.edu

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)


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