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Job Market Candidates

Available November 2018 for positions in Summer/Fall 2019

Placement Officers: Nick Bloom 650-725-7836 nbloom@stanford.edu; Pete Klenow 650-725-2620 klenow@stanford.edu

Placement Administrator: Susie Gilbert 650-725-6198 srgilbert@stanford.edu

Jaime Arellano-Bover

Fields of Study: Labor (Primary), Public, Economic History
Job Market Paper: Career Consequences of Firm Heterogeneity for Young Workers: First Job and Firm Size

Jose Maria Barrero

Fields of Study: Macroeconomics, Finance
Job Market Paper: The Micro and Macro of Managerial Beliefs

Travis Baseler

Fields of Study: Development Economics, Applied Microeconomics
Job Market Paper: Hidden Income and the Perceived Returns to Migration: Experimental Evidence from Kenya

Daniel Bennett

Fields of Study: Public Economics, Labor Economics
Job Market Paper: Police Response Time to Calls for Service: Fragmentation, Community Characteristics, and Efficiency

Katy Bergstrom

Fields of Study: Development Economics, Public Economics
Job Market Paper: The Targeting Benefit of Conditional Cash Transfers

Jin Chen

Fields of Study: Energy and Environmental Economics (Primary), Industrial Organization, Public Finance
Job Market Paper: An Unintended Effect of Subsidizing Green Technology - Lessons Learned from California

Yiwei Chen

Fields of Study: Health Economics, Public Economics, Industrial Organization
Job Market Paper: User-Generated Physician Ratings - Evidence from Yelp

Yuxin (Joy) Chen

Fields of Study: Economic History, Political Economy, Applied Microeconomics
Job Market Paper: State Formation and Bureaucratization: Evidence From Pre-Imperial China

Jong Hyun Chung

Fields of Study: International Trade (Primary), Macroeconomics
Job Market Paper: Firm Heterogeneity, Misallocation, and Trade

William Dodds

Fields of Study: Public Economics (Primary), Development Economics
Job Market Paper: Sources of Income Inequality: Productivities vs. Preferences

Thomas Ginn

Fields of Study: Development, Applied Microeconomics
Job Market Paper: Prison or Sanctuary? An Evaluation of Camps for Syrian Refugees

Robin Gong

Fields of Study: Labor Economics, International Trade
Job Market Paper: The Local Technology Spillovers of Multinational Firms

Audrey Guo

Fields of Study: Public Economics, Labor Economics, Health Economics
Job Market Paper: The Effects of Unemployment Insurance Taxation on Multi-Establishment Firms

Charles Hodgson

Fields of Study: Industrial Organization, Applied Microeconomics
Job Market Paper: Information Externalities, Free Riding, and Optimal Exploration in the UK Oil Industry

Benjamin Klopack

Fields of Study: Industrial Organization, Urban Economics, Public Economics
Job Market Paper: One Size Fits All? Costs and Benefits of Standardized Chains

Sitian Liu

Fields of Study: Public Economics (Primary), Labor Economics, Family Economics
Job Market Paper: Incarceration of African American Men and the Impacts on Women and Children

Brian Lucking

Fields of Study: Labor Economics, Public Economics, Economics of Innovation
Job Market Paper: Do State R&D Tax Credits Create Jobs?

Delong Meng

Fields of Study: Microeconomic Theory (Primary), Behavioral Economics, Political Economy
Job Market Paper: Optimal Mechanisms for Repeated Communication

Shunya Noda

Fields of Study: Market Design, Microeconomic Theory
Job Market Paper: Large Matchings in Large Markets with Flexible Supply

Alessandra Peter

Fields of Study: Macroeconomics, Finance, Development
Job Market Paper: Owning Up: Closely Held Firms and Wealth Inequality

Fanqi Shi

Fields of Study: Microeconomic Theory, Market and Mechanism Design 2
Job Market Paper: Screening with Network Externalities