ICES 2015-2016 Job Market Candidates

News | October 5, 2015

The Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science is proud to present our 2015-2016 job market candidates.

Seung (Ginny) Choi

Job Market Paper: ”The Emergence of Social Relationships in Markets: An Experimental Analysis“

Committee: Daniel Houser (Committee Chair), Virgil H. Storr (Dissertation Director) and Christopher J. Coyne

Research Fields: Primary: Microeconomics, Experimental Economics | Secondary: Behavioral Economics, Economic Sociology, Applied Econometrics

Teaching Fields: Microeconomic Theory, Experimental Economics (Methods and Statistics), Behavioral Economics, Economic Sociology, Mathematical Economics, Econometrics and Statistics

Email: schoil@gmu.edu

Chenna Reddy Cotla

Job Market Paper: “Stability of Social Preferences and Learning in Public Goods Games”

Committee: Ragan Petrie (advisor), Robert L. Axtell (advisor), Daniel Houser, and Qing Tian

Research Fields: Applied Econometrics, Experimental Economics, Agent-Based Computational Economics

Teaching Fields: Applied Econometrics, Experimental Economics, Agent-Based Computational Economics, Social Network Analysis, Microeconomics

Email: ccotla@gmu.edu

Siyu Wang

Job Market Paper: “Demanding or Deferring? The Economic Value of Communication with Attitude”

Committee: Daniel Houser (advisor), Cesar Martinelli, Thomas Stratmann, David Eil and Omar Al-Ubaydli

Research Fields: Primary: Experimental Statistics and Methods, Microeconomic Theory | Secondary: Applied Econometrics, Industrial Organization

Teaching Fields: Microeconomics, Econometrics, Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics, Empirical Economics, Game Theory, Industrial Organization

Email: swang14@masonlive.gmu.edu

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