PhD Students on the Job Market

The Department of Economics is committed to preparing our graduates for successful research and teaching careers. For more information on our talented alumni or to request a candidate’s CV, please reach out to our faculty or placement administrator. If you are an alumna or alumnus of the program, please visit the Alumni Outcomes page to learn more about how to stay involved and please see our recent PhD Job placements.

 

Summary Placement Sheet of the Job Market Candidates (PDF)

 


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Current Job Market Candidates

Xinxin Cao

 

 

Xinxin Cao

  • Primary Areas of Concentration : Environmental Economics, Urban Economics, Applied Microeconomics
  • Secondary Areas : Transportation Economics, Economics of Education
  • Job Market Paper Title : Does Docked Bikeshare Affect Property Prices and the Metro Station House Price Gradient? Evidence from Washington, DC’s Capital Bikeshare System
  • Main Adviser : Professor Arun Malik
  • Email : [email protected]
  • Website
  • C.V. (PDF)

 

Jonah Coste

 

 

Jonah Coste

  • Primary Areas of Concentration : Real Estate Economics, Urban Economics 
  • Secondary Areas : Household Finance, Applied Econometrics
  • Job Market Paper Title : Property Tax Capitalization: Evidence From Philadelphia
  • Main Adviser : Professor Paul Carrillo
  • Email : [email protected]
  • Website
  • C.V. (PDF)

 

 

Peter Devine

 

 

Peter Devine

  • Primary Areas of Concentration : Strategy and Conflict, Applied Micro, Empirical Methods and Data Classification
  • Secondary Areas : Game and Network Theory
  • Job Market Paper Title : Endogenous Formation of Strategic Networks in Geopolitical Games with Private Information
  • Main Adviser : Professor Sumit Joshi
  • Email : [email protected]
  • Website
  • C.V. (PDF)

 

Nathaniel Harris

 

 

Nathaniel Harris

  • Primary Areas of Concentration : Real Estate, Regional, and Urban Economics
  • Secondary Areas : Development Economics
  • Job Market Paper Title : Zoning Regulations - Have We Confused the Cure with the Disease?
  • Main Adviser : Professor Anthony Yezer
  • Email : [email protected]
  • Website
  • C.V. (PDF)

 

Gonzalo Huertas

 

 

Gonzalo Huertas

  • Primary Areas of Concentration : Macroeconomics 
  • Secondary Areas : International Macroeconomics, International Finance
  • Job Market Paper Title : Why Follow the Fed? Monetary Policy in Times of US Tightening
  • Main Adviser : Professor Tomas Williams
  • Email : [email protected]
  • Website
  • C.V.(PDF)

 

Jeffrey Kuo

 

 

Jeffrey Kuo

  • Primary Areas of Concentration : International Trade
  • Secondary Areas : Applied Econometrics and Computational Economics
  • Job Market Paper Title : The Cost of Placating China - In the Case of Southeast Asia
  • Main Adviser : Professor Joseph Pelzmen
  • Email : [email protected]
  • Website
  • C.V. (PDF)

 

Boshen Liu

 

 

Bozhen Liu

  • Primary Areas of Concentration : Regional and Urban Economics, Development Economics
  • Secondary Areas :  Applied Microeconomics, Public Economics
  • Job Market Paper Title :  The Effects of Transaction Taxes on the Housing Market in China: Evidence from Shanghai
  • Main Adviser : Professor Stephen Smith and Professor Bryan Stuart
  • Email :  [email protected]
  • Website
  • C.V. (PDF)

 

Chuanhao Lin

 

 

Chuanhao Liu

  • Primary Areas of Concentration : Urban, Regional, Real Estate Economics
  • Secondary Areas :  Microeconomics, Applied microeconomics
  • Job Market Paper Title : Do Planning Regulations Raise the Quality as Well as the Cost of Housing?
  • Main Adviser :  Professor Anthony Yezer
  • Email :  [email protected]
  • Website
  • C.V. (PDF)

 

Rully Prassertya

 

 

Rully Prassetya

  • Primary Areas of Concentration : International Macroeconomics and Finance
  • Secondary Areas :  International Trade, Natural Resource and Energy Economics
  • Job Market Paper Title : Commodity Booms and Busts and Investment Inefficiency
  • Main Adviser :  Professor Graciela L. Kaminsky
  • Email :  [email protected]
  • Website
  • C.V. (PDF)

 

Xiaoying Yang

 

 

Xiaoying Yang

  • Primary Areas of Concentration : Applied Microeconomics, Environmental Economics
  • Secondary Areas :  Transportation Economics, Energy Economics, Urban Economics
  • Job Market Paper Title :  Effects of Subsidies and Vehicle Restriction Exemptions on Electric Vehicle Adoption : Evidence from 87 Cities in China
  • Main Adviser :  Professor Arun Malik
  • Email :  [email protected]
  • Website
  • C.V. (PDF)

 

Zheyu Yang

 

 

Zheyu Yang

  • Primary Areas of Concentration : Monetary Economics, Macroeconomics, International Finance
  • Secondary Areas :  Time Series, Causal Inference
  • Job Market Paper Title :  Risk-taking and Monetary Policy
  • Main Adviser :  Professor Graciela L. Kaminsky
  • Email :  [email protected]
  • Website
  • C.V. (PDF)