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Job Market Candidates 2013/14

For further information, please contact:

Prof. Omer Moav, Placement Officer

Room S1.115
Telephone: +44 (0) 24 7652 3476
Email: O dot Moav at warwick dot ac dot uk

 

Postdoctoral Candidates

The Department would like to offer their congratulations to all of our job market candidates who were successful in securing positions at institutions across the globe.

Sanchari Roy

Lecturer in Economics, University of Sussex

PhD Candidates

Nikoleta Anesti

Teaching Fellowship, Birmingham Business School

  • Fields: Macroeconometrics, Applied Macroeconomics, Applied Time series Econometrics.
  • Thesis Title: Essays on Empirical Macroeconomics and Forecasting
  • Supervisors: Mark Taylor (mark dot taylor at wbs dot ac dot uk) and Mike Clements (m dot p dot clements at icmacentre dot ac dot uk)
  • Curriculum Vitae: (PDF Document) CV
  • Job Market Paper: A FAVAR approach to credit shocks in the Euro Area

Maria Arvaniti

Postdoc, University of Umea; Sweden

Arthur Blouin

Assistant Professor, University of Toronto

  • Fields: Culture and economic relationships, especially in developing country contexts. Specifically, the role of culture in economic development and the determinents of successful contractual relationships when enforcement is imperfect.
  • Thesis Title: Essays on culture and economic relationships
  • Supervisors: Sharun Mukand (s dot mukand at warwick dot ac dot uk) and Rocco Machiavello (r dot macchiavello at warwick dot ac dot uk)
  • Curriculum Vitae: (PDF Document) CV
  • Job Market Paper: Culture and Contracts: The Historical Legacy of Forced Labour

Wan-Yu Chung

Research Fellow, University of Nottingham

  • Fields: International Trade, International Macroeconomics and Applied Microeconomics.
  • Thesis Title: Essays on Invoicing Currency Choice and Trade in Intermediate Goods
  • Supervisors: Natalie Chen (N dot A dot Chen at warwick dot ac dot uk) and Dennis Novy (D dot Novy at warwick dot ac dot uk)
  • Curriculum Vitae: (PDF Document) CV
  • Job Market Paper: Imported Inputs and Invoicing Currency Choice: Theory and Evidence from UK Transaction Data

Stefanos Dimitrakopoulos

Darina Dintcheva-Bis

  • Fields: Game theory.
  • Supervisors: Bhaskar Dutta (b dot dutta at warwick dot ac dot uk) and Francesco Squintani (f dot squintani at warwick dot ac dot uk)

Alessandro Iaria

Assistant Professor, CREST-ENSAE; Paris

Zeyyad Mandalinci

Postdoc, Queen Mary; University of London

  • Fields: International Finance and Macroeconomics, Applied Econometrics, Informational Frictions and Asset Pricing.
  • Thesis Title: Determinants, Dynamics and Implications of International Portfolio Capital Flows.
  • Supervisors: Mark Taylor (mark dot taylor at wbs dot ac dot uk) and Gianna Boero (giana dot boero at warwick dot ac dot uk)
  • Curriculum Vitae: (PDF Document) CV
  • Job Market Paper: Modelling Portfolio Capital Flows in a GVAR Framework: Multilateral Implications of Capital Controls.

Choong Hyun Nam

Julia Wirtz

Postdoc, University of Bonn

  • Fields: Contract Theory, Strategic Experimentation, Game Theory.
  • Thesis Title: Essays on Innovation and Mutual Insurance
  • Supervisors: Motty Perry (m dot m dot perry at warwick dot ac dot uk) and Andres Carvajal (acarvaj at uwo dot ca)
  • Curriculum Vitae: (PDF Document) CV
  • Job Market Paper: Feedback and Learning in Tournaments

Yeo Joon Yoon

Associate Research Fellow, Korea Institute of International Economic Policy (KIEP)

  • Fields: Economic History, International Trade, Economic Development, Quantitative Econocmis.
  • Thesis Title: A Quantitative Analysis of the U.S. economic development, 1870-1913
  • Supervisors: Nick Crafts (n dot c dot crafts at warwick dot ac dot uk) and Tony Venables (Oxford) (tony dot venables at economics dot ox dot ac dot uk)
  • Curriculum Vitae: (PDF Document) CV
  • Job Market Paper: The Role of Tariffs in the U.S. Development, 1870-1913

Contact Information

Mail address: Department of Economics,
The University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)24 7652 3027
Fax: +44 (0)24 7652 3032