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Candidats Job Market

Les candidats sont présentés via 3 catégories :


Doctorants de PSE

Wei Bi

Wei Bi

Candidat·e EEA & ASSA

  • Primary Field: Microeconomic Theory
  • Secondary Fields: Game Theory, Industrial Organization
  • Supervisor: Philippe Jehiel, Olivier Compte
  • References: Philippe Jehiel, Olivier Compte, Régis Renault
  • Job Market PAPER: Market for Talent under Asymmetric Information
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Wei is a microeconomic theorist with an interest in game theory, bounded rationality, and industrial organization. His research studies agents' behavioral decisions in a market for talent under asymmetric information and brings a new insight into why this kind of market becomes an oligopoly.

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Caroline Coly

Caroline Coly

Candidat·e EEA & ASSA

  • Primary Field: Labour Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Gender, Education
  • Supervisor: Eric Maurin
  • References: Eric Maurin, Paola Profeta, Almudena Sevilla
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Caroline is an applied microeconomist working at the intersection of labor economics and education, with a particular focus on gender norms. She exploits employer-employee administrative data sets and uses quasi-experimental econometric designs to better understand the dynamics that drive and propagate gender inequalities.

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Alexis Ghersengorin

Alexis Ghersengorin

Candidat·e EEA & ASSA

  • Primary Field: Microeconomic Theory
  • Secondary Fields: Decision Theory, Behavioral Economics
  • Supervisor: Jean-Marc Tallon
  • References: Jean-Marc Tallon, Pietro Ortoleva, Frédéric Koessler, Eduardo Perez-Richet
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Alexis Ghersengorin is a microeconomic theorist with a particular interest in decision theory and information design. His job market paper proposes and axiomatizes a choice model that accounts for agents' tradeoffs between welfare and freedom motives, a phenomenon psychologists call reactance.

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Maxime Gravoueille

Maxime Gravoueille

Candidat·e EEA & ASSA

  • Primary Field: Public Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Labor Economics
  • Supervisor: Philippe Aghion
  • References: Philippe Aghion, Stefanie Stantcheva, Sir Richard Blundell
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Maxime is specialized in Public Economics with an interest in labor studies and income dynamics. He combines the use of administrative data and quasi-experimental research designs to study the effect of public policies on labor market outcomes. His research sheds light on the impact of taxes and benefits on individuals’ labor supply decisions.

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Yagan Hazard

Yagan Hazard

Candidat·e EEA & ASSA

  • Primary Field: Theoretical and Applied Econometrics
  • Secondary Fields: Labor Economics
  • Supervisor: Luc Behaghel
  • References: Luc Behaghel, Xavier D’Haultfoeuille, Toru Kitagawa
  • Job Market PAPER: Hazard Yagan - Improving LATE estimation in experiments with imperfect compliance
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Yagan works in both theoretical and applied econometrics, focusing in particular on developing robust and efficient methods to estimate causal effects in commonly used research designs. He also develops a research agenda in applied labor economics, that often guides his work as an econometrician, by pointing to limitations in the standard applied economist’s statistical toolkit.

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Ander Iraizoz Olaetxea

Ander Iraizoz Olaetxea

Candidat·e EEA & ASSA

Brian Jabarian

Brian Jabarian

Candidat·e EEA & ASSA

  • Primary Field: Experimental Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Behavioral Economics, Microeconomic Theory, Computational Economics
  • Supervisor: Jean-Marc Tallon
  • Job Market PAPER: A Two-Ball Ellsberg Paradox: An Experiment
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Brian is an experimental and behavioral economist, with an interest in microeconomic theory and computational economics. Through testable economic models, experimental tests, and computational methods, his research explores issues such as the importance of morality, complexity, or uncertainty in behavior and choices and develops applications in digital economics, environmental economics, and the economics of science and innovation.

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Victor Saldarriaga

Victor Saldarriaga

Candidat·e EEA & ASSA

  • Primary Field: Labor Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Household Economics, Health Economics, Macroeconomics
  • Supervisor: David Margolis, François Fontaine
  • References: David Margolis, François Fontaine, François Langot, Suzanne Duryea, Isaac Baley
  • Job Market PAPER: The Distributional Dynamics of Wages Over the Business Cycle
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Victor conducts theoretical and applied research on search and matching in the labor market, with a particular focus on the analysis of job creation by firms and distributional wage dynamics over the business cycle. His research interests also span topics related to household and health economics in developing countries.

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Morten Stostad

Morten Stostad

Candidat·e EEA & ASSA

  • Primary Field: Public Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Experimental Economics, Machine Learning
  • Supervisor: Stéphane Gauthier
  • References: Stéphane Gauthier, Marc Fleurbaey, Emmanuel Saez
  • Job Market PAPER: The Consequences of Inequality: Beliefs and Redistributive Preferences
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Morten is a public economist studying the interactions between the societal effects of economic inequality and individuals' preferences for redistribution. His research combines large-scale representative surveys, causal experimental design, and optimal taxation theory to quantify how such inequality externalities affect individuals and influence standard economic theory.

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Julieta Vera Rueda

Julieta Vera Rueda

Candidat·e EEA & ASSA

  • Primary Field: Development Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Early Childhood Development, Human Capital, Impact evaluation in developing countries
  • Supervisor: Karen Macours
  • References: Karen Macours, Sylvie Lambert, Luc Behaghel, Lucila Berniell
  • Job Market PAPER: When fathers are gone: the consequences of paternal absence during the early years
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Julieta is an applied development economist, who focuses on the role of fathers in the development of children in the early years by looking at the extreme case of paternal absence. As part of her research agenda, she is also involved in the evaluation of two interventions in Africa, a cost-effectiveness study of two early childhood parenting programs in Cote d'Ivoire and a project aimed at reducing menstrual stigma among school-girls in rural Madagascar.

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Marie-Galante Young Brun

Marie-Galante Young Brun

Candidat·e EEA & ASSA

  • Primary Field: Environmental economics
  • Secondary Fields: Climate economics, Public economics
  • Supervisor: Stéphane Zuber, Aurélie Méjean
  • References: Stéphane Zuber, Katheline Schubert, Matthias Kalkuhl, Thomas Sterner
  • Job Market PAPER: Political support for carbon taxation: a voting model with income and urban-rural inequality
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Marie is an environmental economist studying climate change impacts and mitigation policies, with a focus on their distributive effects. She uses theory and integrated assessment modeling to investigate the welfare impacts of climate policies and the political constraints on their implementation.

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Postdoctorants diplômés de PSE

Oscar David Barrera Rodriguez

Oscar David Barrera Rodriguez

Candidat·e EEA & ASSA

  • Primary Field: Political Economy
  • Secondary Fields: Development
  • Supervisor: Flore Gubert
  • References: Flore Gubert, Thomas Piketty, Oliver Vanden Eynde, Ekaterina Zhuravskaya
  • Curriculum Vitae: Version française , English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Oscar’s research interests lie at the intersection of development economics and political economy. He particularly focuses on understanding the role of information (disinformation) and social exposure on individual opinions and attitudes towards society in different contexts such as political preferences, migrations, child stimulation, and nutrition.

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Thomas Blanchet

Thomas Blanchet

Candidat·e EEA & ASSA

  • Primary Field: Public Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Household Finance
  • Supervisor: Thomas Piketty
  • References: Thomas Piketty, Emmanuel Saez, Gabriel Zucman
  • Job Market PAPER: Uncovering the Dynamics of the Wealth Distribution
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Thomas is specialized in public economics and studies the distribution of income and wealth and its relation to household behavior, taxation, and the macroeconomy. His research connects models to data from administrative records, surveys, and national accounts to gain new insights into inequality and taxation.

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Annali Mireia Casanueva Artis

Annali Mireia Casanueva Artis

Candidat·e EEA & ASSA

  • Primary Field: Empirical political economy
  • Secondary Fields: Minorites, Social Media, Empirical Software Engineering
  • Supervisor: Ekaterina Zhuravskaya
  • References: Ekaterina Zhuravskaya, Raúl Sanchez de la Sierra
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Annalí is an empirical political economist studying the effects and determinants of modern protests using original and rich data sources, with a specific focus on the role of social media. Besides having an ambitious protest research agenda with several working papers, particularly on protests affecting minorities and marginalized groups, she has a taste for interdisciplinarity and has ongoing collaborations with empirical software engineering researchers, with published results.

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Marion Leroutier

Marion Leroutier

Candidat·e EEA & ASSA

  • Primary Field: Environmental Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Public Economics, Health Economics, Applied Microeconomics
  • Supervisor: Katheline Schubert, Philippe Quirion
  • References: Katheline Schubert, Philippe Quirion, Martina Björkman Nyqvist, Hélène Ollivier
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Marion is an environmental economist studying two major environmental issues, climate change and air pollution, using a variety of quasi-experimental designs applied to geospatial, administrative and survey data. Her research sheds light on the damage of pollution and the benefits of environmental regulation, with an emphasis on health and equity.

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Post-doctorants accueillis par PSE

Marieke Pahlke

Marieke Pahlke

Candidat·e EEA & ASSA

  • Primary Field: Microeconomic Theory
  • Secondary Fields: Game Theory, Economics of Information
  • Supervisor: Jean-Marc Tallon
  • References: Frank Riedel, Peter Klibanoff, Frédéric Koessler
  • Job Market PAPER: Dynamic Consistency and Ambiguous Communication
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Marieke is a theoretical microeconomist, focusing on incomplete information, uncertainty, and information design in game theory. In particular, her research studies how ambiguous information affects strategic behavior and how players can take advantage of ambiguous information to influence their opponents.

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