Job Market Candidates

We are very proud to present our Ph.D. candidates who are available for employment in 2019-2020:

Jonas Cederlöf
Title Job Market Paper: 

Saved by Seniority? Effects of Displacement for Workers at the Margin of Layoff
Primary fields: 
Labor economics, Applied econometrics

Jonas Klarin
Title Job Market Paper:
Term Length and Public Finances: The Case of U.S. Governors
Primary fields:
Public Economics, Political Economics
 

Dagmar Müller
Title Job Market Paper:

Lost opportunities: Closures of in-school work establishments and the impact on career prospects 
Primary fields: 
Applied labor economics
 

Maria Olsson
Title Job Market Paper:
 
Labor Cost Adjustments During the Great Recession
Primary fields:
Macroeconomics, Labor Economics
 

André Reslow
Title Job Market Paper: 

Biased Forecasts to Affect Voting Decisions? The Brexit Case 
Primary fields: 
Macroeconomics

Paula Roth
Title Job Market Paper:
Inequality, Relative Deprivation and Financial Distress – Evidence from Swedish Register Data
Primary fields:
Income inequality

Dmytro Stoyko
Title Job Market Paper:
Should the central bank target the credit spread? An assessment under different expectations scheme
Primary fields:
Macroeconomics, Monetary Policy

Tamas Vasi
Title Job Market Paper: 

Does the Fed know more? The role of information shocks
Primary fields:
Macroeconomics, Monetary Policy