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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 (2018/19). 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:

Mike Conlin - Placement Director
Email: conlinmi@msu.edu

Candidate Name Fields Title of Job Market Paper Primary Advisor
Dylan Brewer

Environmental and Energy Economics, Industrial Organization, Public, Applied Microeconomics

Equilibrium Sorting and Moral Hazard in Residential Energy Contracts

Soren Anderson
sta@msu.edu

Alyssa Carlson

Econometrics, Industrial Organization

Relaxing Conditional Independence in an Endogenous Binary Response Model

Jeff Wooldridge
wooldri1@msu.edu

Andy Chou

Labor, Economics of Education, Public

Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Dragon Sons: Direct and Cohort Effects of Superstition on Education

Todd Elder
telder@msu.edu

Godwin Debrah

Development, Applied Econometrics, Agricultural

Joint Liability Lending with Correlated Risks under Adverse Selection

Chris Ahlin
ahlinc@msu.edu

Katie Harris

Public, Industrial Organization, Health, Behavioral

The Effect of Online Shopping on Grocery Demand

Mike Conlin
conlinmi@msu.edu

Yung Shin Jang

Industrial Organization, Applied Microeconomics, Anti-Trust

An Empirical Study of Anti-Cartel Enforcement Policies in Korea

Jay Pil Choi
choijay@msu.edu

Dajung Jun

Health, Labor

The Effects of the Dependent Coverage Mandates on Working Fathers' Job Mobility and Compensation

Steven Haider
haider@msu.edu

Soobin Kim

Economics of Education (Education Policy, Higher Education), Labor, Applied Microeconomics

Return to Algebra II: The Effect of Mandatory Math Coursework on Postsecondary Attainment

Scott Imberman
imberman@msu.edu

Barbara Schneider
bschneid@msu.edu

Hee Kwon Kyung

Applied Econometrics, Industrial Organization

Demand Estimation for NYC Airbnb Market: Value of Reputation/Feedback Contents and Voluntary Disclosures

Kyoo Il Kim
kyookim@msu.edu

Hwanoong Lee

Labor, Economics of Education, Public, Program Evaluation

The Effect of Releasing Teacher Performance Information to Schools: Teachers’ Responses and Student Achievement

Todd Elder
telder@msu.edu

Bethany Lemont

Public, Health, Labor

The Effect of Share 35 for Kidneys on Pediatric Transplant Candidates

Stacy Dickert-Conlin
dickertc@msu.edu

Haoyang Li

Environmental and Resource, Applied Econometrics, Dynamic Structural Estimation, Food-Energy-Water Nexus

What Drives (No) Adoption of New Irrigation Technologies: A Structural Dynamic Estimation Approach

Jinhua Zhao
jzhao@msu.edu

 

Kyung Ho Song

Urban, Industrial Organization, Empirical Microeconomics

Education and Neighborhood Premium in Housing Price and its Dynamics

Kyoo Il Kim
kyookim@msu.edu

Nikolay Ushakov

Industrial Organization, Economics of Search Engines, Development

Are There Incentives to Improve Search Engines in the Age of Information Overload

Jay Pil Choi
choijay@msu.edu



 
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