Job Market Committee

Placement Director:  Eric Bartelsman   Ph: +31 (0)20 598 6167/4590

Placement Assistants:  Arianne de Jong  Ph: + 31 (0)20 598 4585 / (0)10 408 9079, Christina Månsson Ph: + 31 (0)20 598 4582

 

2017-2018 Candidates will be published here at the end of September.

2016-2017 Candidates in alphabetical order

Candidate Field(s) Job Market Paper Supervisor(s) Placement
Stephanie Chan Banking, Behavioral Finance, Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Finance CoCo Design, Risk Shifting and Financial Fragility Sweder van Wijnbergen Assistant Professor, Xiamen University
Travers Child Development, Corporate Finance, Applied Microeconometrics, Network Analysis We Don’t Need No Education: Reconstruction and Conflict across Afghanistan Remco Oostendorp
Chris Elbers
Lecturer of Finance, China Europe International Business School
Wenqian Huang

 

Asset Pricing, Behavioral Finance, Corporate Finance, Market Microstructure, Risk Management Central Counterparty Capitalization and Misaligned Incentives Albert J. Menkveld Economist, Bank for International Settlements (BIS)
Simas Kucinskas

 

Banking, financial crises, corporate finance, applied theory The Importance of Being Prudent: Dividends, Signaling and Risk Shifting Björn Brügemann Postdoctoral researcher, University of Amsterdam
Swapnil Singh Income inequality, consumption risk sharing Public Insurance of Married versus Single Households in the US: Trends and Welfare Consequences Roel Beetsma
Christian Stoltenberg
Junior Researcher, Bank of Lithuania
David Smerdon

 

Behavioral Economics, Development, Experimental Economics, Applied Microeconometrics When refugees work: The social capital effects of resettlement on the host community in the absence of labor competition
Theo Offerman
Uri Gneezy
Lecturer (equivalent to Assistant Professor), The University of Queensland
Harro van Heuvelen

 

International Economics (Trade), Econometrics, Development Economics and Applied Economics Change, Yes They Can! Jean-Marie Viaene Researcher, CPB
Jin Di Zheng Experimental Economics and Applied Microeconometrics High Social Status Induces Prosocial Behaviour Robert Dur
Arthur Schram
Assistant Professor, Nanjing Audit University
Lennart Ziegler Labor economics, applied microeconometrics, intergenerational mobility Do Unemployed Workers Benefit from Temporary Work? A Field Experiment on Labor Market Speeddates Bas van der Klaauw
Erik Plug
Assistant Professor, University of Vienna