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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 (2019/20). 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
Riley Acton

Labor, Public, Economics of Education

Community College Program Choices in the Wake of Local Job Losses

Scott Imberman imberman@msu.edu

Yeon Choi

Health, Public, Labor

The Effect of Broader Liver Sharing on Patient Outcome and Offer Acceptance

Todd Elder

Yunni Deng

Public, Tax Policy, Public Administration, Macroeconomics

Technical Efficiency in Michigan Property Tax Assessment

Leslie Papke papke@msu.edu

Mark Skidmore

Chris Fowler

Public, Urban, Regional

Brain Drain in the US: Uneven Migration and Income Inequality

Jay Wilson wilsonjd@msu.edu

Hannah Gabriel

Applied Macroeconomics, International Trade, Financial Economics

Multinational Activity and Banking in Central Europe: The Effects of Ownership Status on Exporters

Raoul Minetti minetti@msu.edu

Akanksha Negi

Econometrics, Causal Inference, Labor

Doubly weighted M-estimation for nonrandom assignment and missing outcomes

Jeff Wooldridge

Pallavi Pal

Industrial Organization, Environmental Economics, Structural Econometrics

Influence of Externality on Advertiser’s Willingness to Pay for Online Advertisements

Kyoo il Kim kyookim@msu.edu

Thomas D. Jeitschko jeitschko@msu.edu
Gabrielle Pepin

Public, Labor

The Effects of Child Care Subsidies on Paid Child Care Participation and Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from the Child and Dependent Care Credit

Stacy Dickert-Conlin dickertc@msu.edu

Ruonan Xu


Asymptotic Properties of M-estimators with Finite Populations under Cluster Sampling and Cluster Assignment

Jeff Wooldridge wooldri1@msu.edu

Michigan State University Department of Economics