CDSE Job Market Candidates

Thank you for visiting the CDSE placement page. Its purpose is to give interested institutions an overview of our PhD candidates who are available for employment. Past placements are listed in the CDSE placement section.

Job market candidates

Federico Innocenti

Federico Innocenti

Job market paper: Can Media Pluralism Be Harmful to News Quality?
References: Martin Peitz / Thomas Tröger / Volker Nocke / Domenico Menicucci
Research focus: Microeconomics

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Daniil Larionov

Daniil Larionov

Job market paper: Full Surplus Extraction from Colluding Bidders
References: Thomas Tröger / Martin Peitz / Takuro Yamashita
Research focus: Microeconomics

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Tsung-Hsien Li

Tsung-Hsien Li

Job market paper: The Payday Loan Puzzle: A Credit Scoring Explanation
References: Michèle Tertilt / Klaus Adam / Matthias Meier / Nan-Kuang Chen
Research focus: Macroeconomics

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Alexander Matusche

Alexander Matusche

Job market paper: The Short-Run Employment Effects of Public Infrastructure Investment
References: Tom Krebs / Antoine Camous / Andreas Gulyas
Research focus: Macroeconomics

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Timo Reinelt

Timo Reinelt

Job market paper: Monetary Policy, Markup Dispersion, and Aggregate TFP
References: Klaus Adam / Matthias Meier / Luca Dedola
Research focus: Macroeconomics

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Linnéa Rohde

Linnéa Rohde

Job market paper: Can Compulsory Voting Reduce Information Acquisition?
References: Hans Peter Grüner / Thomas Tröger
Research focus: Microeconomics

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Karl Schulz

Karl Schulz

Job market paper: Redistribution of Return Inequality
References: Eckhard Janeba / Nicolas Werquin / Sebastian Siegloch
Research focus: Public Economics

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Sebastian Seitz

Sebastian Seitz

Job market paper: Estimating the Moral Hazard Cost of Private Disability Insurance and its Welfare Consequences
References: Eckhard Janeba / Sebastian Siegloch / Cormac O'Dea / Arthur Seibold
Research focus: Public Economics

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