Success for Economics Job Market Candidates 2020Wednesday 9 Sep 2020
We are delighted to provide a final update on the successes of our Economics PhD job market candidates who have found placements at prestigious universities across the world.
The following 2019-2020 job market candidates from the Department have secured academic positions with many of them already starting their new roles in September:
- Zeinab Aboutalebi, Assistant Professor at the European University Institute in Florence;
- Yannick Dupraz, Assistant Professor at University College Dublin and the Beijing-Dublin International College;
- Daniel Federico Habermacher, Assistant Professor at the Universidad de los Andes in Chile;
- Muhammad Haseeb, Lecturer at the University of Bristol and Post-doctoral Fellow at the University of Geneva;
- Ayush Pant, Assistant Professor at Ashoka University in India.
- Carlo Schwarz, Assistant Professor at Bocconi University in Milan;
- Teodora Tsankova, Assistant Professor at Tilburg University;
- Andrea Tulli, Assistant Professor in Public Economics at the University of Tübingen;
- Raghul S Venkatesh, Postdoctoral Researcher in Economics, Aix-Marseille School of Economics (AMSE) in France; from 2020/21 Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Malaga;
- Horng Wong, Assistant Professor at Stockholm University.
We wish them best of luck in their new roles and hope that they will keep in touch with us in the future.
Here is a reminder of what Carlo and Teodora had to say about their placements and hopes for the future:
Carlo: "It is great that 6 years of PhD research paid off and I very happy to join Bocconi’s Department of Economics as an Assistant Professor. I am also extremely grateful for the excellent training and support I received from the members of the Department of Economics at Warwick over the course of my PhD".
Teodora: "I am very excited to be joining Tilburg University as an Assistant Professor. I appreciate all the support that the Department of Economics offered throughout the programme and especially while on the job market. It is reflected in the performance of the candidates and should be a significant boost to the PhD programme".
Professor Manuel Bagues, Director of our MRes/PhD Programme, has commented:
“Placement of our students in the best economic departments around the world is a priority for us at Warwick and we offer tailored job market support for each of our PhD students, which includes assisting them with their job application process and providing them with a financial package to travel to job market meetings and interviews. Year on year, our Job Market Candidates do extremely well in securing positions at top ranking universities and I’m particularly pleased and proud of this year’s cohort of students. I congratulate them and wish them success in the future ”.
Visit the Economics Job Market Candidates page for full profiles of our candidates.