Job Market Candidates 2021 / 1st Job Market Tour 2022

EALE is delighted to inform that Fabrizio Colella, Elisa Facchetti and Simon ter Meulen have been selected to participate in the first EALE Job market tour to take place in the Spring of 2022.

The tour will take place on the following dates: 

16 May: Uppsala Univeristy (host: Oskar Nordstroem Skans)

18 May: Erasmus University of Rotterdam (host: Prof. Anne Gielen)

20 May: Paris School of Economics (host: Prof. Eve Caroli)

  • - Colella, F.

  • Fabrizio Colella, PhD student at University of Lausanne, Switzerland
    Personal website
    CV
    Fields of interest: Labor Economics, Microeconometrics
    PaperThe Effect of Trade on Skill Requirements: Evidence from Job Postings
    Supervisor: Prof. Rafael Lalive
    Presentation: Parallel session B12 Job market session: Labour market
    Time slot: 16-09-2021, 13:30-14:45 CEST

  • Facchetti, E.

  • Elisa Facchetti, PhD student at Queen Mary University of London
    Personal website
    CV
    Fields of interest: Applied Microeconimics, Economics of Crime, Economics of Education
    PaperPolice Infrastructure, Police Performance, and Crime: Evidence from Austerity Cuts
    Supervisors: Prof. Francesco Fasani and Prof. Marco Manacorda
    Presentation: Parallel session D06 Job market session: Migration, Crime and Slavery
    Time slot: 17-09-2021, 09:30-10:45 CEST

  • ter Meulen, S.

  • Simon ter Meulen, PhD student at University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    - Personal website
    - CV
    Fields of interest: Economics of education, Labor economics
    Paper: Long-term effects of grade retention
    Supervisors: Prof. Hessel Oosterbeek and Prof. Bas van der Klaauw
    Presentation: Parallel session E03 Job market session: Education
    Time slot: 17-09-2021, 14:45-16:00 CEST

  • - Chattopadhyay, D.

  • Collins, M.

  • Cottet, S.

  • Gangl, S.

  • Hernnäs, S.

  • Holmberg, J.

  • Khoury, L.

  • Laura Khoury, Postdoctoral researcher, Norwegian School of Economics
    Personal website
    CV
    - Fields of interest: Labor economics, Public economics
    - PaperA Poorly Understood Disease? The Evolution of the Income Gradient in Excess Mortality Due to COVID-19 within Urban Areas
    - Supervisor: Prof. Katrine Løken
    - Presentation: Parallel session F04: COVID-19, Welfare and Well-being
    - Time slot: 18-09-2021, 12.15-12.30 CEST 

  • Jagadits, A.

  • Leenders, F.

  • Frank Leenders, PhD student at University of Toronto, Canada
    Personal website
    CV 
    - Field(s) of interest: Macro-Labour Economics
    - Supervisors: Gueorgui Kambourov (co-supervisor), Ronald Wolthoff (co-supervisor), Serdar Ozkan
    - PaperRecall and Heterogeneity in the Scarring Effects of Displacement
    - Presentation: Parallel session E03 Job market session: Education
    - Time slot: 17-09-2021, 14:45-16:00 CEST

  • Mellior, G.

  • Molchanov, P.

  • Pavel Molchanov, PhD student at Aix-Marseille Université, France
    Personal website
    CV
    - Field(s) of interest: International trade, labour economics
    - Supervisor: Prof. Federico Trionfetti
    - PaperIncreasing Returns, Monopolistic Competition, and Optimal Unemployment
    - Presentation: Parallel session B12 Job market session: Labour market
    - Time slot: 16-09-2021, 13:30 -14:45 CEST

  • Ronchi, M.

  • Takahashi, Y.

  • Tavares, M.

  • - Mariana Tavares, PhD student at Maastricht University, The Netherlands
    - Personal website
    - CV
    Fields of interest: Economics of education, Labor economics
    Paper: When is “enough” enough? The role of student effort on performance
    Supervisors: Prof. Lex Borghans and Dr. Ron Diris
    Presentation: Parallel session E03 Job market session: Education
    Time slot: 17-09-2021, 14:45-16:00 CEST

  • Willert, B.

  • - Bianca Willert, PhD student at University of Rostock, Germany
    Personal website
    CV
    Fields of interest: Labor Economics, Economic Development, Applied Econometrics, Economic History, International Trade
    PaperDeterminants of Modern Slavery – An empirical Analysis
    Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Michael Rauscher, University of Rostock
    Presentation: Parallel session D06 Job market session:Migration, Crime and Slavery
    Time slot: 17-09-2021, 09:30-10:45 CEST

  • Zwiers, E.

  • Esmée Zwiers, Post-Doc at Princeton University, USA
    Personal website
    - CV
    Fields of interest: Labor Economics, Health Economics, Economic Demography
    PaperPill vs Gatekeeper Power: Birth Control Access, Religious Beliefs, and Women’s Outcomes
    Advisor: Prof. Dr. Janet Currie
    Presentation: Parallel session G01 Job market session: Gender
    Time slot: 18-09-2021, 13:45-15:00 CEST