Job Market Candidates

2020-2021 Candidates

Click on the candidate’s name to visit their website, where you can find their CV, research, and teaching experience. 

 

Moumita Roy

Job Market Paper: “Identity, Leadership and Cooperation: An experimental analysis”

Committee: Daniel Houser (advisor), Cesar Martinelli, Johanna Mollerstrom, Thomas Stratmann

Research Fields: Applied Microeconomics, Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics, Political Economy, Identity Economics

Teaching Fields: Microeconomics, Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics

Email: mroy7@gmu.edu

   

Jian Song

Job Market Paper: “Asymmetric shocks in contests: theory and experiment”

Committee: Daniel Houser (advisor), Cesar Martinelli, Alex Tabarrok

Research Fields: Applied Microeconomics, Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Industrial Organization

Teaching Fields: Microeconomics, Econometrics, Experimental/Behavioral Economics, Mathematical Economics

Email: jsong25@gmu.edu

   

 


2019-2020 Candidates

 

Elif Demiral

Job Market Paper: “Competitiveness and Employability”

Committee: Johanna Mollerstrom (advisor)

Research Fields: Primary: Experimental Economics, Gender Economics | Secondary: Applied Microeconomics, Behavioral Economics

Email: edemiral@gmu.edu

 

Lina Diaz

Job Market Paper: “Experiments on Inequality: Measuring Inequity Aversion and Its Impact on Well-Being”

Committee: Daniel Houser (advisor), Cesar Martinelli, Kevin McCabe, and Thomas Stratmann

Research Fields: Social Preferences, Behavioral Economics

Teaching Fields: Microeconomics

Email: ldiaz5@gmu.edu

 

Arthur Dolgopolov

Job Market Paper: “Reconstructing Strategies in Dynamic Games”

Committee: Cesar Martinelli (advisor), Daniel Houser, and Igor Griva

Research Fields: Primary: Game Theory, Experimental Economics  | Secondary: Microeconomic Theory, Revealed Preference

Teaching Fields: Microeconomics, Game theory, Experimental Economics, Applied Optimization

Email: adolgopo@gmu.edu

 

Weiwei Zheng

Job Market Paper: “Competition with Indivisibilities and Few Traders”

Committee: Cesar Martinelli (advisor), Daniel HouserKevin McCabeJason Shachat

Research Fields: Primary: Experimental Economics, Microeconomics | Secondary: Game Theory, Industrial Organization, Monetary Economics

Email: wzheng5@gmu.edu