Job Market Candidates 2015-2016

Placement Director: Prof. Roger Lagunoff

Phone: (202) 687-1510

lagunofr@georgetown.edu

 

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 2015 and will be available for interviews. I am happy to provide any additional information.

Sincerely,
Roger Lagunoff, Placement Director

JOB MARKET CANDIDATES 2015-2016 SUMMARY PAGE

Aaron Albert                       

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Job Market Paper

  • Reexamining State Pre-K Programs
  • Enrollment and Mothers' Labor Supply

References

Primary Field

  • Labor Economics
  • Applied Microeconomics

Secondary Field

  • Econometrics

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Andy Whitten                       

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Job Market Paper

  • How Sensitive Are Taxpayers to
    Marginal Tax Rates? Evidence from
    Income Bunching in the United States

References

Primary Field

  • Public Finance
  • Applied Microeconomics

Secondary fields

  • Labor Economics
  • Behavioral Economics

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Andy Whitten

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Maggie Y. Liu                       

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Job Market Paper

  • Trade Liberalization and Human Capital
    Accumulation: Evidence from China

References

Primary Field

  • International Trade
  • Labor Economics
  • Regional Economics

Secondary fields

  • Applied Microeconometrics
  • Applied Microeconomics
  • Search

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Jordan Marcusse                       

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Job Market Paper

  • Wage Bargaining and
    the Beveridge Curve

References

Primary Field

  • Microeconomics
  • Labor Economics

Secondary fields

  • Macroeconomics

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