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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 (2015/16). 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
Christian Alcocer

Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics

Naïve versus Sophisticated Mixing: Experimental Evidence Thomas Jeitschko
Andrew Bibler

Labor, Economics of Education, Public, Applied Econometrics

Dual Language Education and Student Achievement Todd Elder
Kyong Hyun Koo

Labor Economics, Applied Econometrics

The Long-run Effects of Job Displacement on Family Expenditure Steven Haider
Kyu Yub Lee

International Trade

Trade, Welfare, and International Labor Market Spillovers Steve Matusz
Wei Lin

Econometrics, Applied Econometrics

Control Function Approach in Sieve M-estimation of Binary Response Models with Endogenous Explanatory Variables Jeffrey Wooldridge
Michael Naretta

Economics of Education, Labor, Public, Health

Restructured or Fractured: The Impact of a One-Time Increase in Principal Autonomy on Staffing Decisions and Student Outcomes Scott Imberman
Amanda Stype

Public, Aging, Defense, Applied Microeconomics

An Examination of Veteran Health Care Access Around the Medicare Eligibility Age Steven Haider
Keith Teltser

Public, Health, Industrial Organization, Labor

Do Kidney Exchanges Improve Patient Outcomes? An Analysis of Crowd-Out, Graft Survival, and Match Quality

Stacy Dickert-Conlin
Mark Tremblay

Industrial Organization, International Trade, Public

Foreclosure, Entry, and Competition in Platform Markets with Cloud Thomas Jeitschko
Kelly Vosters

Labor, Applied Econometrics, Economics of Education

Is the simple Law of Mobility really a law? Testing Clark's hypothesis

Intergenerational persistence in latent socioeconomic status: Evidence from Sweden

Gary Solon

Jeffrey Wooldridge

Greg Wallsworth

Development, African Political Economy, Conflict, Economics of Education

An Empirical Investigation of Election Violence Theories Christian Ahlin

Michigan State University Department of Economics