Job Market Candidates
Jeehoon Han's main fields of interest are public economics and labor economics. His job market paper examines the effect of SNAP expansions on participation in health and other nutrition programs. A copy of his job market paper, his contact information, and his CV can be found here on his website.
Dasha's research interests are monetary policy, banking, and network theory. In her job market paper, she analyzes interbank lending market through the lens of network theory, aiming to evaluate how developments in this market affect the overall economy. A copy of her job market paper, contact information, and CV can be found on her website.
Ying Shen's research interests lie in Applied Microeconomics and Labor Economics, with an emphasis on innovation, high-skill immigration and higher education. Her job market paper focuses on examining the impacts of foreign undergraduate students on U.S. higher education. She expects to graduate from Notre Dame in the spring of 2017. A copy of her job market paper, her contact information, and her CV can be found on her website.
Jing Wang's research interests are international trade and macro development. He expects to graduate from Notre Dame in the spring of 2017. His research papers, contact information, and CV can be found on his website.
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