Job market candidates 2018

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.


Pascal ACHARD
PhD Candidate European University Institute
Homepage  | CV | E-mail: Pascal.Achard@EUI.eu

  • Field(s) of interest: Cultural Assimilation, Social Interactions, Labor Economics, Applied Econometrics
  • Job market paper: Non-monetary parental transmission and the intergenerational mobility of immigrants: How persistent is pre-migration socioeconomic status?
  • Candidate’s advisors: Andrea Ichino, Michele Belot (Europan University Institute)
  • Presentation: F06 Job market session III, Saturday 15 September , 2018, 14.15 – 16.00
  • Room: Salon Roseraie 2

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Sumit S. DEOLE
PhD candidate MLU Halle-Wittenberg

Homepage  | CV | E-mail: sumit.deole@wiwi.uni-halle.de

  • Field(s) of interest: Migration economics, labor economics, and economic development
  • Job market paper: Justice delayed is assimilation denied: rightwing terror, fear and social assimilation of Muslims in Germany.
  • Candidate’s advisors: Wolf-Heimo Grieben, Christoph Wunder (MLU Halle-Wittenberg, Germany)
  • Presentation: E06.3 Job market session II, Saturday 15 September, 2018, 11.45 – 13.15
  • Room: Salon Roseraie 2

Andy Ferrara


Andy FERRARA
PhD Candidate, University of Warwick

Homepage  | CV  | E-mail: a.ferrara@warwick.ac.uk

  • Fiels(s) of interest: Labour Economics, Economic History
  • Paper: Fatherless: The long-term effects of losing a father in the U.S. civil war
  • Candidate’s advisors: Sascha O. Becker (University of Warwick), Luigi Pascali (Pompeu Fabra)
  • Presentation: F06 Job market session III, Saturday 15 September, 2018, 14.15 – 16.00
  • Room: Salon Roseraie 2

Hanno Foerster

 

Hanno FOERSTER
PhD Candidate University of Mannheim

Homepage  | CV | E-mail: hanno.foerster@gess.uni-mannheim.de

  • Field(s) of interest: Labor Economics, Family Economics, Applied Microeconometrics
  • Job market paper: The impact of post-marital maintenance on dynamic choices and welfare of couples
  • Candidate’s advisors: Gerard J. van den Berg (University of Bristol), Michèle Tertilt (University of Mannheim)
  • Presentation:  B06 Job market session I, Friday, 14 September 2018, 14.15 – 15.45
  • Room: Salon Roseraie 2

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Marie LALANNE 
Postdoctoral fellow, Research Center SAFE at the Goethe University of Frankfurt

Homepage  | CV  | E-mail: lalanne@safe.uni-frankfurt.de

  • Fields of interest: Social Networks, Gender Economics, Labor Economics, Corporate Governance
  • Paper: Do social ties lead to job referrals?
  • Candidate’s advisor: Paul Seabright (Toulouse School of Economics)
  • Presentation: Poster session III, Friday 14 September, 16.00 – 16.45
  • Room: Foyer

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Laura KHOURY
PhD Candidate Paris School of Economics

Homepage  | CV | E-mail: laura.khoury@psemail.eu

  • Field(s) of interest: Public Economics, Labour Economics
  • Job market paper: Unemployment benefits and the timing of dismissals: evidence from bunching at a notch in France
  • Candidate’s advisors: Luc Behaghel (Paris School of Economics and INRA)
  • Presentation: E06 Job market session II, Saturday 15 September, 2018, 11.45 – 13.15
  • Room: Salon Roseraie 2

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Lei LI
Post-Doctoral fellow,  University of Zurich

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

  • Field(s) of interest: Labor Economics, International Economics, Development Economics
  • Job market paper: Skill-biased imports, human capital formation and the allocation of talents
  • Candidate’s advisor: David Dorn (University of Zurich)
  • Presentation: F06 Job market session III, Saturday 15 September, 2018, 14.15 – 16.00
  • Room: Salon Roseraie 2

Gloria Moroni


Gloria MORONI
PhD candidate, University of York

Homepage  | CV | E-mail: gm889@york.ac.uk

  • Field(s) of interest: Applied Microeconometrics, Family Economics, Labour Economics
  • Job market paper: Substitutability and complementarity in the production of child socio-emotional skills
  • Candidate’s advisors: Cheti Nicoletti, Emma Tominey (University of York)
  • Presentation: E06 Job market session II, Saturday 15 September, 2018, 11.45 – 13.15
  • Room: Salon Roseraie 2

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Lisa K. SIMON
PhD Candidate University of Munich, ifo Institute

Homepage |  CV | E-mail: simon@ifo.de

  • Field(s) of interest: Labour Economics, Education Economics, Health Economics
  • Job market paper: Local labour markets, skill-biased technological change and vocational education
  • Candidate’s advisors:  Ludger Woessmann (ifo Institute and University of Munich), Davide Cantoni  (University of Munich), Guido Schwerdt  (University of Konstanz)
  • Presentation: F06 Job market session III, Saturday 15 September, 2018, 14.15 – 16.00
  • Room: Salon Roseraie 2

Kazuhiko Sumiya

 

Kazuhiko SUMIYA
PhD Candidate Royal Holloway, University of London

Homepage
 | CV | E-mail: kazuhiko.sumiya.2014@live.rhul.ac.uk


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Hanna WANG
PhD Candidate University of Pennsylvania

Homepage | CV | E-mail: hannaw@sas.upenn.edu