Job Market Candidates

Available November 2021 for positions in Summer/Fall 2022

Placement Officers: 
Pete Klenow 650-725-2620 klenow@stanford.edu 
Melanie Morten 650-497-9491  memorten@stanford.edu

Placement Administrator: 
Laura Ma 650-723-3711 laura.ma@stanford.edu

Job Market Paper:
The Welfare Effects of Eviction and Homelessness Policies
Fields of Study:
Macroeconomics, Real Estate, Finance, Political Economy, Economic History
Luis Armona
Job Market Paper:
Redesigning Federal Student Aid in Higher Education
Fields of Study:
Industrial Organization, Economics of Education
Chris Becker
Job Market Paper:
The Rise of Jim Crow Rhetoric in Republican Economic Speeches
Fields of Study:
Economic History, Political Economy
Luca Braghieri
Job Market Paper:
(Paper #1) Social Media and Mental Health; (Paper #2) Political Correctness, Social Image, and Information Transmission
Fields of Study:
Applied Microeconomics, Behavioral Economics, Political Economy
Shengmao Cao
Job Market Paper:
Equilibrium Effects of Pharmaceutical Bundling: Evidence from India
Fields of Study:
Primary: Industrial Organization, Secondary: Health Economics
Hui Ding
Job Market Paper:
Geographic Variation in Mental Health Care: Evidence from Migration
Fields of Study:
Health Economics, Public Economics, Labor Economics
Caue Dobbin
Job Market Paper:
The Equilibrium Effects of Subsidized Student Loans
Fields of Study:
Public Economics, Labor Economics, Economics of Education
Sarah Eichmeyer
Job Market Paper:
Parenthood in Poverty
Fields of Study:
Public Economics, Health Economics
Job Market Paper:
Data Usage and the Reduction of Noise in Entrepreneur Forecasts
Fields of Study:
Labor Economics, Development Economics
Shumpei Goke
Job Market Paper:
Non-Binding Secret Reserve Prices: The Case of Wholesale Used-Car Auctions
Fields of Study:
Primary: Industrial Organization, Secondary: Empirical Operations
Mathias Jimenez
Job Market Paper:
Are Banks Technologically Obsolete? A New Monetarist Approach
Fields of Study:
Monetary Economics, Finance , Economic History
Christina Kent
Job Market Paper:
When a Town Wins the Lottery: Evidence from Spain
Fields of Study:
Public Economics, Labor Economics
Ellen Muir
Job Market Paper:
Regulating Vertically Structured Platforms
Fields of Study:
Microeconomic Theory, Market Design
Sebastian Otero
Job Market Paper:
Affirmative Action in College Centralized Admission Systems: Evidence from Brazil
Fields of Study:
Primary Fields: Development Economics, Industrial Organization; Secondary Field: Labor Economics
Michael Pollmann
Job Market Paper:
Causal Inference for Spatial Treatments
Fields of Study:
Primary fields: Econometrics, Causal Inference, Machine Learning; Secondary field: Public Economics
Mounu Prem
Job Market Paper:
Landmines: The Local Effects of Demining, coauthors: Miguel E. Purroy and Juan F. Vargas
Fields of Study:
Primary: Political Economy and Development Economics, Secondary: Corporate Finance and Economic History
Job Market Paper:
Quantitative Easing and Local Banking Systems in the Euro Area
Fields of Study:
Macroeconomics and Financial Economics,
Yoko Shibuya
Job Market Paper:
Firm Size and Complementarity between Geography and Products
Fields of Study:
Primary fields: International Trade, Macroeconomics, Secondary fields: Firm Dynamics, Supply Chain
Erling Skancke
Job Market Paper:
Welfare and Strategic Externalities in Matching Markets with Interviews
Fields of Study:
Market Design, Behavioral and Experimental Economics
Melanie Wallskog
Job Market Paper:
Entrepreneurial Spillovers Across Coworkers
Fields of Study:
Primary fields: Labor Economics, Entrepreneurship; Secondary field: Finance
David Zuckerman
Job Market Paper:
Preferences for Compensatory and Retributive Justice
Fields of Study:
Primary Field: Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Secondary Field: Microeconomic Theory