Job market candidates 2017

At the annual conferences, EALE will facilitate in job market sessions that offer job market candidates whose research is in the field of Labour Economics, a platform for presenting their job market paper. This presentation also enables candidates to prepare for the US Job Market. During the conference we also organize a meeting moment where job market candidates and conference participants can meet and greet in an informal way. If you wish to hold interviews during the EALE conference with one of our candidates you should get in touch with eale-sbe@maastrichtuniversity.nl

Please find our candidates listed below in alphabetical order.


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Hoon CHOI
PhD Candidate University of Barcelona

Homepage  | CV  | E-mail: hoonchoi@ub.edu

  • Field(s) of interest: Labor Economics, Economics of Education, Applied Econometrics
  • Job market paper: Do anti-discrimination laws alleviate labor market duality? Quasi-experimental evidence from Korea
  • Advisor’s candidate: Raul Ramos (University of Barcelona), Alvaro Choi (University of Barcelona)
  • Presentation: Job Market Session D12,  Frictions, Dual Labour Markets and Retirement, Friday 22 September, 16.45 – 18.15
  • Room: 09-114

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Lionel COTTIER
PhD Candidate University of Lausanne

Homepage  | CV  | E-mail: lionel.cottier@unil.ch

  • Field(s) of interest: Labor Economics, Health Economics, Public Economics
  • Job market paper: Economic Incentives, Cultural Preferences, and Labor Force Exit
  • Advisor’s candidate: Rafael Lalive (University of Lausanne)
  • Presentation: Job Market Session C12,  Labour Supply and Minimum Wages, Friday 22 September, 14.15 – 16.00
  • Room: 23-104

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Olivier DE GROOTE
PhD Candidate KU Leuven

Homepage  | CV  | E-mail: olivier.degroote@kuleuven.be

  • Field(s) of interest: Economics of Education, Applied Microeconomics, Energy Economics, Environmental Economics, Empirical IO
  • Job market paper: The effects of high school curriculum. Are students making the right decision?
  • Advisor’s candidate: Frank Verboven (KU Leuven)
  • Presentation: Job Market Session A12, Education, Training and Unemployment, Friday 22  September, 09.00 – 10.45
  • Room: 23-104

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Maria FERREIRA
PhD Candidate Maastricht University

Homepage  | CV  |
E-mail: m.ferreirasequeda@maastrichtuniversity.nl

  • Field(s) of interest: Labour Economics, Economics of Education, Public Economics, and Program and Policy Evaluation
  • Job market paper: Does informal learning at work differ between temporary and permanent workers? Evidence from 20 OECD countries
  • Advisor’s candidate: Andries de Grip (Maastricht University)
  • Presentation: Job Market Session A12, Education, Training and Unemployment, Friday 22  September, 09.00 – 10.45
  • Room: 23-104

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Esther Mirjam GIRSBERGER
Post Doctoral research fellow University of Lausanne

Homepage  | CV  | E-mail: EstherMirjam.Girsberger@unil.ch

  •  Field(s) of interest: Labour Economics, Development Economics, Structural and Applied Econometrics
  • Job market paper: Educated unemployment in urban West Africa: Why do educated workers not grade down?
  • Advisor’s candidate: Rafael Lalive (University of Lausanne), Jerome Adda (Bocconi University)
  • Presentation: Job Market Session A12,  Education, Training and Unemployment, Friday 22  September, 09.00 – 10.45
  • Room: 23-104

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Lei Li
Post-Doc University of Zurich

Homepage  | CV | E-mail: lei.li@econ.uzh.ch

  • Field(s) of interest: International Trade, Labor Economics, Development Economics
  • Job market paper: Gender Imbalance and Industry Structure: the Effect of Increasing Male Labor Supply on the Employment Structure
  • Advisor’s candidate: David Dorn (University of Zurich)
  • Presentation: Job Market Session C12,  Labour Supply and Minimum Wages, Friday 22 September, 14.15 – 16.00
  • Room: 23-104

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Enrica Maria Martino
Post-Doc at INED, Paris

Homepage  | CV | E-mail: enricamaria.martino@unito.it

  • Field(s) of interest: Household Economics, Labor Economics, Microeconometrics
  • Job market paper: The Labor Cost of Motherhood and the Role of Family Policies
  • Advisor’s candidate: Daniela Del Boca  (University of Turin & Collegio Carlo Alberto)
  • Presentation: Job Market Session C12,  Labour Supply and Minimum Wages, Friday 22 September, 14.15 – 16.00
  • Room: 23-104

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Tobias Renkin
PhD Candidate University of Zürich

Homepage  |CV | E-mail: tobias.renkin@econ.uzh.ch

  • Field(s) of interest: Labor Economics, Macroeconomics
  • Job market paper: The Pass-through of Minimum Wages into US Retail Prices: Evidence from Supermarket Scanner Data
  • Advisor’s candidate: Josef Zweimüller (University of Zürich)
  • Presentation: Job Market Session C12,  Labour Supply and Minimum Wages, Friday 22 September, 14.15 – 16.00
  • Room: 23-104

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Judith Saurer
PhD Candidate ifo Center for Labour and Demographic Economics & University of Munich

Homepage| CV | E-mail: saurer@ifo.de

  • Field(s) of interest: Migration and Integration, Education Economics, Applied Econometrics.
  • Job market paper: How do Immigrants Change Natives’ Attitudes -Evidence from an Exogenous Inflow
  • Advisor’s candidate: Helmut Rainer (ifo Center for Labour and Demographic Economics & University of Munich)
  • Presentation: Job Market Session E14,  Health, Immigration, Labour Market Policies,  Saturday 23 September, 09.00 – 10.45
  • Room: 09-114

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Molly Schnell
PhD Candidate Princeton University

Homepage | CV | E-mail: mollyks@princeton.edu

  • Field(s) of interest: Health Care, Industrial Organization
  • Job market paper: The Role of Physician Behavior in the Opioid Epidemic
  • Advisor’s candidate: Janet Currie (Princeton University), Jakub Kastl (Princeton University)
  • Presentation: Job Market Session E14,  Health, Immigration, Labour Market Policies, Saturday 23 September, 09.00 – 10.45
  • Room: 09-114

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Daphne Skandalis
PhD Candidate CREST

Homepage |CV | E-mail: daphne.skandalis@ensae-paristech.fr

  • Field(s) of interest: Labor economics, Applied econometrics, Evaluation of Public Policy, Macroeconomics
  • Job market paper: The Discouraged-Worker Effect: How do jobseekers respond to information about local labor market tightness?
  • Advisor’s candidate: Bruno Crépon (CREST)
  • Presentation: Job Market Session A12,  Education, Training and Unemployment, Friday 22  September, 09.00 – 10.45
  • Room: 23-104

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Joanne Yu Min Tan
Phd Candidate Sciences Po

Homepage | CV | E-mail: joanne.tan@sciencespo.fr or joanne.tan@yale.edu

  •  Field(s) of interest: Labour Economics,  Economics of Education, Applied Econometrics,
  • Job market paper: Multi-dimensional heterogeneity and matching in a frictional labour market
  • Advisor’s candidate: Jean-Marc Robin (Sciences Po),  Fabien  Postel-Vinay (University College London), Ilse Lindenlaub (Yale University)
  • Presentation: Job Market Session D12,  Frictions, Dual Labour Markets and Retirement, Friday 22 September, 16.45 – 18.15
  • Room: 09-114

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Han Ye
PhD Candidate Boston University

Homepage | CV | E-Mail: yehan@bu.edu

  •   Field(s) of interest: Public policy, Labor Economics, Applied Microeconomics
  • Job market paper: The Effect of Pension Subsidies on Retirement Decisions: Evidence from a Regression Kink Design
  • Advisor’s candidate: Johannes F. Schmieder (Boston University), Kevin Lang (Boston University) M. Daniele Paserman (Boston University)
  • Job Market Session D12,  Frictions, Dual Labour Markets and Retirement, Friday 22 September, 16.45 – 18.15
  • Room: 09-114

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Federico Zilio
PhD Candidate University of Essex

HomepageCV | E-mail: fzilio@essex.ac.uk

  • Field(s) of interest: Labour Economics, Policy Evaluation, Microeconometrics, Health Economics
  • Job market paper: The Health Benefits of a Targeted Cash Transfer: The UK Winter Fuel Payment
  • Advisor’s candidate: Mike Brewer (University of Essex), Tom Crossley (University of Essex)
  • Presentation: Job Market Session E14,  Health, Immigration, Labour Market Policies, Saturday 23 September, 09.00 – 10.45
  • Room: 09-114