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Job Market Candidates

The Department of Economics at Michigan State University is proud to have a number of excellent students on the job market this year (2016/17). Our students are interested in academic jobs as well as research-oriented non-academic positions. The students on the market this year and links to their webpages are listed along with their fields of specialization, job market paper titles, and primary advisors:

Todd Elder - Placement Director
Email: telder@msu.edu

Candidate Name Fields Title of Job Market Paper Primary Advisor
Muzna Fatima Alvi

Labor Economics, Development Economics, Applied Econometrics, Gender & Ethnicity

Caste, Religion and Economic Participation of Women in India Todd Elder
telder@msu.edu
Hyeongjun Bang

Development, Labor Economics

Corruption Traps and Economic Growth Christian Ahlin
ahlinc@msu.edu
Daniel Belton

Macroeconomics and Financial Economics

Bank Reserve and Lending Responses to Funding Shocks amidst High Liquidity Raoul Minetti
minetti@msu.edu
Margaret Brehm

Labor, Public, Economics of Education

Make Me a Match: State Responses to a Federal Matching Grant and Adoption from Foster Care Stacy Dickert-Conlin
dickertc@msu.edu
Po-Chun Huang

Labor Economics, Public Economics, and Applied Econometrics

The Effects of Extended Unemployment Benefits: Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design Steve Woodbury
woodbur2@msu.edu
Fei Jia

Econometrics, Labor, Economics of Education, Health

Exploring Additional Moment Conditions in Non-separable Minimum Distance Estimation with An Application to Pseudo Panel Jeffrey Wooldridge
wooldri1@msu.edu
Doosoo Kim

Econometrics

Short Panel Data Quantile Regression Model with Sparse Correlated Effects Jeffrey Wooldridge
wooldri1@msu.edu
Kyong Hyun Koo

Labor Economics, Applied Econometrics

The Effects of Job Displacement on Family Expenditures

Steven Haider
haider@msu.edu
Yi Li

Econometrics, Applied Econometrics, Panel Data, Time Series Analysis, Financial Econometrics

Estimation and Inference for Heterogeneous Cointegrated Panels with Limited Cross Sectional Dependence Tim Vogelsang
tjv@msu.edu
Robert Martin

Econometrics, Applied Econometrics, Industrial Organization, Labor

Exponential panel models with coefficient heterogeneity Jeffrey Wooldridge
wooldri1@msu.edu
Kyoungbo Sim

Industrial Organization, Economics of Innovation, Applied Microeconomics

Optimal Use of Patents and Trade Secrets for Complex Innovations Jay Pil Choi
choijay@msu.edu
Amanda C. Stype

Public, Aging, Health, Defense Economics, Applied Micro

An Examination of Veteran Health Access Around the Medicare Eligibility Age Steven Haider
haider@msu.edu



 
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