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2021-2022 Job Market Placements

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Cheng DingCheng Ding

Placement: JPMorgan Chase

Position: AI & Data Science Associate

Advisors: Vivian Yue, Kaiji Chen, In-Koo Cho, Bin Wei

 

 

 


wu-xiXi Wu

Placement: Facebook

Position: Data Scientist

Advisors: Esfandiar Maasoumi, Zhongjian Lin, Ruixuan Liu

 

2021-2022 Job Market Candidates

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Emory University Department of Economics is proud to announce the following Ph.D. candidates on the job market this year. All candidates will be attending the ASSA virtual meeting in January 2022 and will be available for interviews.

Yisroel CahnYisroel Cahn

Website |  CV   

Email: ycahn@emory.edu

Job Market Paper:  "Estimating Jointly Determined Outcomes: How Minimum Wage Affects Wages and Hours Worked"

Research Interests: Labor Economics, Econometrics

Advisors: Esfandiar Maasoumi, Evan Saltzman, Ruixuan Liu

 

 


Carla MorenoCarla Moreno

Website |  CV   

Email: carla.moreno@emory.edu

Job Market Paper:  "The Impact of Pension Systems in Labor Markets with Informality"

Research Interests: Macroeconomics, Labor Economics, Social Security Systems, Retirement & Pensions, Latin American Studies, Informality

Advisors:  Karen KopeckyKaiji Chen 

 

 


Kaylyn Sanbower Kaylyn R. Sanbower

Website  |  CV   

Email: ksanbow@emory.edu

Job Market Paper:  "Online Reviews and Hospital Choices"

Research Interests: Health Economics, Applied Microeconomics, Industrial Organization

Advisors: Sara MarkowitzIan McCarthyStephen O'Connell

 

 

 


Sam WunderlySam Wunderly

Website  |  CV   

Email: swunder@emory.edu

Job Market Paper:  "Does Right to Work Hinder Your Right to Safety? The Effect of Right to Work Laws on Workplace Injuries"

Research Interests:  Health Economics, Labor Economics, Game Theory, Econometrics

Advisors: Sara Markowitz, Evan SaltzmanStephen O'Connell

 

 

 


Yiqing XiaoYiqing Xiao

Website  |  CV   

Email: yiqing.xiao@emory.edu

Job Market Paper:  "Unintended Consequences of De-Leverage Regulation to Monetary Transmission: The Case of China"

Research Interests: Macroeconomics, Monetary Policies, Banking, China’s Macroeconomy

Advisors: Kaiji Chen, Tao Zha, Vivian (Zhanwei) Yue, In-Koo Cho

 

 

 


Aliaksandr ZaretskiAliaksandr Zaretski

Website  |  CV   

Email: azarets@emory.edu

Job Market Paper:  "Optimal Macroprudential Policy with Preemptive Bailouts"

Research Interests: Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, International Finance

Advisors: Juan Rubio-Ramirez, Vivian (Zhanwei) YueKaiji Chen, Daniel Waggoner