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AASLE 2021CONFERENCE

BEIJING, CHINA

9 - 11 DECEMBER, PEKING UNIVERSITY, ONLINE EVENT

Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions regarding the event.

JOB MARKET CANDIDATES

In this year's event AASLE will facilitate job market sessions that offer candidates interested in the Asian and Australasian market, a platform to present their job market paper. The job market sessions will take place during the parallel sessions and will be open to recruiters. If you are a recruiter interested in attending please contact us and register for atttendance. In this page you can find the key information of each candidate.

University:

Boston College
 

Fields of interest:

Labor Economics, Applied Econometrics
 

Supervisor:

Theodore Papageorgiou

Paper:

Duration Dependence and Heterogeneity: Learning from Early Notice of Layoff

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

University:

Cornell University
 

Fields of interest:

Economic History, Labor Economics, Economics of Education
 

Supervisor:

Francine Blau

Paper:

The Effect of Tenure Laws on Students: Evidence from the Implementation of Tenure Systems in the 20th Century

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

University:

Tulane University
 

Fields of interest:

Applied Microeconomics, Public Economics, Labor Economics
 

Supervisor:

Douglas Harris (chair), Wei Long, Kevin Callison

Paper:

Does Paid Family Leave Save Infant Lives?
Evidence from United States

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

University:

Yonsei University
 

Fields of interest:

Labor Economics, Health Economics, Public Policy
 

Supervisor:

Youjin Hahn

Paper:

Explaining the gender gap in long-term care utilization: Evidence from Long-Term Care Insurance in Korea

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

University:

Economics Department - University of Hawaii at Manoa
 

Fields of interest:

Environmental and Energy Economics, Development Economics, Applied Microeconomics

Supervisor:

Michael J. Roberts

Paper:

Do Electricity Consumers Respond to Prices or Peers? Evidence from a Novel Electricity Billing Tournament

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

University:

CEMFI, Spain
 

Fields of interest:

Labor, Gender, and Development Economics
 

Supervisor:

Samuel Bentolila and Caterina Calsamiglia

Paper:

Unlearning Traditionalism: The Long-Run Effects of Schools on Gender Attitudes

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

University:

PhD candidate in Economics, Department of Economics and Management “Marco Fanno", University of Padova, Italy

Fields of interest:

Applied Microeconometrics, Development Economics, Human Capital and Labour Economics

Supervisor:

Prof. Guglielmo Weber and Prof. Marco Bertoni

Paper:

Younger Children and Mothers’ Labour Supply in Rural India: Evidence from Fertility Stopping Behaviour

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

University:

University of Tennessee, Department of Economics, Knoxville, United States

Fields of interest:

Public economics, Economics of crime, Labor economics
 

Supervisor:

Marianne H. Wanamaker

Paper:

Behavioral Responses to Changes in Enforcement Priorities
 

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

University:

Postdoctoral Associate, New York University Abu Dhabi
 

Fields of interest:

Development Economics, Labor and Applied Economics, Education Economics

Supervisor:

John C. Ham

Paper:

Does BRAC Provide Highly Effective Schooling in Developing Countries?

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

University:

Department of Economics, University of Pittsburgh, United States

Fields of interest:

Development, Health, Labor
 

Supervisor:

Daniel Berkowitz, Osea Giuntella and Yogita Shamdasani

Paper:

The Impact of Early Childhood Access to Community Health Workers: Evidence From China’s Barefoot Doctors

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

University:

Department of Economics at Iowa State University, United States
 

Fields of interest:

Labor Economics, Industrial Organization, and Regional and Urban Economics

Supervisor:

Peter F. Orazem

Paper:

Churning in Urban and Rural Markets: Evidence from Firm Entry and Exit, 1999-2015

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

University:

Waseda University (obtained Ph.D. from University of Tokyo in 2020)

Fields of interest:

International trade, Organizational economics
 

Supervisor:

Hidehiko Ichimura

Paper:

Enhancing Team Productivity through Shorter Working Hours: Evidence from the Great Recession

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

University:

University of Amsterdam
 

Fields of interest:

Applied Microeconomics, Development Economics
 

Supervisor:

Hessel Oosterbeek and Pauline Rossi

Paper:

Heterogeneity in the Multidimensional Child Quality-Quantity Trade-off and Its Consequences for Intergenerational Mobility

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

University:

School of Economics, Jinan University
 

Fields of interest:

Urban and environmental economics
 

Supervisor:

Wenjie Wu

Paper:

Myopia peer effects: Evidence from school-aged children in rural China

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

University:

PhD Student, Paris School of Economics & EHESS
 

Fields of interest:

Environmental & Health Economics (primary fields), Causal Inference & Metascience (secondary fields)

Supervisor:

Hélène Ollivier (CNRS-Paris School of Economics)

Paper:

Why Acute Health Effects of Air Pollution Could Be Inflated
 

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

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University:

Monash University (Phd student)
 

Fields of interest:

Applied Economics, Network Economics, Education and Health
 

Supervisor:

Asad Islam, Yves Zenou, Arthur Campbell

Paper:

Centrality-Based Spillover effects 
 

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

University:

Antai College of Economics & Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Fields of interest:

Spatial Econometrics, Labor, Applied Micro, Peer Effects, Gender Inequality, Social Interaction, Innovation & Policy Evaluation

Supervisor:

Prof. Xi Qu

Paper:

Peer effects in pension decision-making: evidence from China's new rural pension scheme 

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

University:

Cornell University
 

Fields of interest:

Labor Economics, Economics of Migration, Economics of Education

Supervisor:

Douglas Miller (chair), Michael Lovenheim, Francine Blau

Paper:

Comparative Immigration Policies and the Effect of International Students in U.S. Higher Education

Presentation session :

To be confirmed

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