Economics Job Candidates

Market Candidates 2019-2020

Placement Director
Susan Wolcott
Phone: 607-777-2339
Email: swolcott@binghamton.edu


Alan Adelman
Alan Adelman
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aadelma4@binghamton.edu

Job Market Papers:
1. "Cognitive Health and Retirement Behavoir"
2. "Do Pension Benefits Accelerate Cognitive Decline? Evidence from Rural China" with Plamen Nikolov
References: Hwan-sik Choi (Chair), Solomon W. Polachek, David Slichter, Plamen Nikolov
Research Interests: Applied Microeconomics, Health, Labor, and Development Economics

 
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Leila Salarpour Goodarzi
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lsalarp1@binghamton.edu

Job Market Paper: "Mahr and Divorce: An Islamic Marriage Concept and Its Effects on Intrahousehold Bargaining Power of Couples"
References: Solomon W. Polachek (Chair), Andreas Pape, David Slichter, Ritam Chaurey
Research Interests: Labor Economics, Development Economics, Applied Microeconomics
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Zhezhi Hou
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zhou3@binghamton.edu

Job Market Paper: "Growing from Spillovers: A Semiparametric Varying Coefficient Approach"

References: Subal Kumbhakar (Chair), Florian Kuhn, Wei Xiao,
Shunan Zhao
Research Interests: Production Economics, Econometrics/Applied Econometrics, Spatial Econometrics

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Yui Law
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ylaw2@binghamton.edu
 

Job Market Paper: "Optimal Noise in Asset-Price Manipulation."

References: Wei Xiao (Chair), Florian Kuhn, David Slichter
Research Interests: Macroeconomics, Finance, Bounded Reality, Heterogeneous-Agent Models

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John Pedersen
Curriculum vitae | Homepage | jpeders1@binghamton.edu

Job Market Paper: "Voting for Transit: The Labor Impact of Public Transportation Improvements"
References: Solomon W. Polachek (Chair), David Slichter, Clifford Kern
Research Interests: Applied Microeconomics, Labor Economics, Urban Economics

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Christo Tarazi
Curriculum vitae | Homepage | ctarazi1@binghamton.edu

Job Market Papers:
"Quantifying Twitter: The Case of the October Suprise"
"Case-based Learning Firms in a Cobweb Model" (with Andreas Pape and Wei Xiao)
References: Wei Xiao (Chair), Andreas Pape, Arti Ramesh
Research Interests: Marcoeconomics, Econometrics, Data Science and Machine Learning