Job Market Candidates
We are proud of the research contributions that our past graduates have made in Economics and expect that this year’s group will continue that tradition. We push them hard here, and they respond well as you can see from the enclosed curricula.
We would also like to emphasize that our students already have extensive teaching experience. Minnesota students in the later years of their program are typically supported by teaching assistantships that give them full responsibility for selected undergraduate courses.
Foreign students are first required to demonstrate fluency in spoken English. All students are given classroom critiques as well as other assistance in developing teaching expertise. As a result, each student enters the job market with a full repertoire of notes and techniques for undergraduate economics teaching. Each curriculum lists the courses that the student has taught.
Director of Undergraduate Studies Dr. Simran Sahi can give additional information about each student’s teaching performance. She can be reached at by e-mail at email@example.com.
2021 - 2022 Job Market Candidates
|Candidate||Fields||Job Market Paper||Advisor|
|Jacob Adenbaum||Labor Economics, Macroeconomics||“Endogenous Firm Structure and Worker Specialization”||Lise|
|Economics of Education, Labor Economics, Demographic Economics||“Is College Worth It For Me? Beliefs, Access to Funding, and Inequality in Higher Education"||De Nardi, Lise|
|Macroeconomics, Public Economics, Computational Economics||“Letting Your Past Define Your Taxes: Optimal History-Dependent Income Taxation in General Equilibrium”||Chari|
|International Trade, International Macroeconomics, Dynamic Trade Uncertainty||“Increasing Inventories: The Role of Delivery Times”||Kehoe, Amador|
|Macroeconomics, International Economics, Public Economics||“Sovereign Debt and Government Reputation”||Amador|
|Macroeconomics, Labor Economics, Growth||"The Long-Run Effects of Federal Student Loans on Fertility and Social Mobility"||Karabarbounis|
|Labor Economics, Macroeconomics||“The Value of Contingent Work”||Lise|
|Macroeconomics, Labor Economics, Public Economics||"Optimal Income Taxation of Singles and Couples”||Jones|
|"The Welfare Impact of Incentive Based Regulation: An Analysis of the Midstream Oil Market"||Petrin|
|Microeconomic Theory, Game Theory, Network Economics||“Bargaining in Non--Stationary Networks”||Werner|
|Household Finance, Inequality, Macroeconomics||“Heterogeneous Saving Behavior and Permanent Income"||Kehoe, Amador|
|Quantitative Macroeconomics, Development||“Missing Land Markets, Redistribution, Insurance and Efficiency”||McGrattan|
|Industrial Organization, Applied Microeconomics||“How Does Public Pre K Affect the Child Care Market”||Holmes|
|Macroeconomics, Labor, Health, Public Economics, Monetary Economics||“Trends in Labor Supply of Older Men and the Role of Social Security”||De Nardi|
|Applied Macroeconomics, International Macroeconomics||“Multinational production, intangible capital, and structural change in the U.S.”||McGrattan|