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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 (2023/24). 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:

Soren Anderson - Placement Director
Email: sta@msu.edu

Candidate Name Fields Title of Job Market Paper Primary Advisor
Nicholas Brown

Econometrics, Panel Data, Causal Inference

Dynamic Treatment Effect Estimation with Interactive Fixed Effects and Short Panels

Jeffrey Wooldridge

Patrick Burke

Macroeconomics, Labor

Taylor Determinacy and Labor Supply

Antonio Doblas-Madrid

Xu Dong

Empirical Microeconomics, Labor, Education

The Effects of Import Competition on College Enrollment

Scott Imberman

Taeyoon Hwang

Econometrics, Time Series Analysis, Financial Econometrics

An Estimating Equation Approach for Robust Confidence Intervals for Autocorrelations of Stationary Time Series

Tim Vogelsang

Minkyu Kim

Econometrics, Health

Causal Inference in Dynamic Panel Models with Non-negative Outcomes

Jeffrey Wooldridge

Raghav Rakesh

Labor, Education, Development

International Peers in Higher Education and Domestic Students' Outcomes

Todd Elder

Mariama Sow

Development, Urban, Political Economy

The Road to Nation Building: Infrastructure Development, Political Patronage, and National Identification in Africa

Christian Ahlin

Yiqian Wang

Development, Political Economy

Trust or Stigmatization? Evidence From De-anonymizing Social Media in China

Christian Ahlin

Steven Wu-Chaves

Econometrics, Trade

Robust Inference in Short Linear Panels with Fixed Effects and Endogenous Covariates in a Spatial Setting

Jeffrey Wooldridge

Dongming Yu

Education, Labor

The Educational Impact of School District Wi-Fi Spending Under the E-rate Program

Scott Imberman

Kit Zhou

Applied Micro Theory, Labor

Performance Funding and Equity of Access to Public Universities

Jon Eguia

Michigan State University Department of Economics