Job Market Candidates 2022-2023

Placement Director
Prof. John Kennan
608-262-5393
jkennan@ssc.wisc.edu

Placement Administrator
Becca George
608-263-3879
becca.george@wisc.edu

Our summary packet with Ph.D. candidates on the job market is available for download: 2022-23 UW-Madison Econ Job Market Candidate Summary Packet. For updated materials, please see candidate information below.

Garrett Anstreicher

Credentials: Pronouns: he/him/his

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Job Market Paper:   “Spatial Influences in Upward Mobility
Research Interests:   Labor Economics, Public Economics
References:   John Kennan, Christopher Taber, Jeffrey Smith

Jason Choi

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Job Market Paper:   “Credit Lines and Bank Risk
Research Interests:   Macroeconomics, Finance
References:   Dean Corbae, Rishabh Kirpalani, Erwan Quintin

Erika Frost

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Job Market Paper:   “Welfare Implications of Emerging Brands in Consumer Packaged Goods
Research Interests:   Industrial Organization
References:   Jean-François Houde, Alan Sorensen, Lorenzo Magnolfi

Hae-young Hong

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Job Market Paper:   “Estimating the Distribution of Elasticities of Medical Expenditures Using a Notch in Out-of-Pocket Cost
Research Interests:   Public Economics, Health Economics, Labor Economics
References:   Jeffrey Smith, Naoki Aizawa, Corina Mommaerts

Long Hong

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Job Market Paper:   “Coworker Sorting, Learning, and Inequality
Research Interests:   Labor Economics, Public Economics, Applied Econometrics
References:   Christopher Taber, Rasmus Lentz, Corina Mommaerts

Cody Kallen

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Job Market Paper:   “Profit Shifting and Multinational Investment
Research Interests:   Multinational firms, Tax policy, Financial frictions and growth
References:   Dean Corbae, Oliver Levine, Kim Ruhl

Andy Lehrer

Credentials: Pronouns: he/him/his

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Job Market Paper:   “Trade Policy Uncertainty and Import Prices
Research Interests:   International macro/finance, International trade, Firm dynamics
References:   Charles Engel, Kim RuhlLouphou Coulibaly

Chen Lyu

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Job Market Paper:   “Information Design for Social Learning on a Recommendation Platform
Research Interests:   Microeconomic Theory, Information Design, Digital Economics, Financial Market Design
References:   Marzena Rostek, Lones Smith, Daniel Quint, David Hansen (teaching)

Minseon Park

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Job Market Paper:   “Location Choice, Commuting, and School Choice
Research Interests:   Labor Economics, Economics of Education, Urban Economics
References:   John Kennan, Christopher Taber, Chao Fu, Jesse Gregory

Natalia Serna

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Job Market Paper:   “Non-Price Competition and Risk Selection Through Hospital Networks
Research Interests:   Industrial Organization, Health Economics, Applied Microeconomics
References:   Alan Sorensen, Kenneth Hendricks, Corina Mommaerts, Jean-François Houde

Meng-Chien Su

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Job Market Paper:   “Searching for Job and Marriage: Household Formation, Fertility Shock, and Gender Wage Gaps
Research Interests:   Applied Microeconomics, Labor Economics
References:   Rasmus Lentz, Christopher Taber, Chao Fu

Shilong Sun

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Job Market Paper:   “The Vertical Spillover Effect of Import Liberalization: A Study of the Chinese Movie Theater Industry
Research Interests:   Industrial Organization, Applied Microeconomics
References:   Jean-François Houde, Kenneth Hendricks, Alan Sorensen, Panle Barwick

Postdoctoral Candidates

Srinivas Arigapudi

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Job Market Paper:   “Evolutionary Dynamics in Bilingual Games
Research Interests:   Microeconomic Theory, Evolutionary Game Theory, Networks, Agent Based Simulations
References:   Daniel Quint, Yuval Heller, Itai Arieli