Job Market Candidates

Jianyu Lu

Will Jianyu Lu

Will’s research is at the intersection of development economics and trade, focusing on how market integration affect the growth in developing countries. His job market paper focuses on the impact of China’s Trunk Highway System on firms away from the metropolitan center and explores the channels through which change in growth occurs. His research papers, CV and additional information can be found on his website.


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Trung Ly

Trung Ly's field of research is macroeconomics, with a particular focus on labor markets. He is particularly interested in the effects of changes in the minimum wage on the economy. His current research analyzes if there is crowding out in the labor market and how firms respond by changing the types of jobs they open following a minimum wage change. His research papers and teaching materials can be found on his website.


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Ronald Mau

Ronald is broadly interested in banking, macroeconomics, and monetary policy. His job market paper focuses on the interaction of conventional and unconventional monetary policy instruments. A copy of his job market paper, additional research, CV, and teaching materials can be found on his website.


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Carlos Rondon Moreno

My research interests are international macroeconomics and finance. My job market paper studies optimal macro prudential policy under informational and financial frictions.. Before starting my doctoral studies, I worked at the Inter-American Development Bank, the World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund. I will be interviewing at the 2019 ASSA Annual Meeting in Atlanta.
A copy of my C.V and research papers can be found on my website.


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Reyes Ruiz

Reyes Ruiz

Reyes Ruiz earned a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), with a dissertation about the implementation of numerical optimization algorithms to solve partial differential equations systems arising from the Black and Scholes Model. Before enrolling at Notre Dame, he worked as Director of Financial Analysis of Subnational Governments at the Mexican Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP), where he contributed to the development of financial models to provide a general diagnose of local states with high levels of debt.


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