Past Placements

In recent years PhD graduates and post-doctoral researchers from the Department of Economics have gone on to positions in many universities and policy institutions.  The universities include University of Arizona, Carlos III University, Edinburgh, Manchester, Pompeu Fabra University, Princeton, Sogang University, Stanford, Stockholm, UBC, University of Chicago, University of Mannheim, University of Texas at Austin and Wisconsin. The policy institutions include: EBRD, IFS, McKinsey and RAND.

Our Congratulations to the 2014-15 Cohort of PhD Graduates who start their careers in the following positions:

Cathy Balfe

Economists, Bank Of England.
Job Market Paper: "Maternity Leave Duration and Female-Male Relative Labour Market Outcomes"
Supervisors: Richard Blundell and Adam Rosen

Anna Bindler

Post-doc position, University of Gothenberg
Job Market Paper: "Still unemployed, what next? Crime and unemployment duration"
Supervisors: Stephen Machin and Magne Mogstad

Thomas Cornelissen

Lecturer/Assistant Professor, University of York
Job Market Paper: "Peer Effects in the Workplace"

Lucie Gadenne

Assistant Professor , University of Warwick
Job Market Paper: "Non-linear commodity taxation in developing countries: theory and an application to India"

Boris Ginzburg

Assistant Professor, University Carlos III.
Job Market Paper: "Collective Learning with Private Values"
Supervisors: V Bhaskar

Jose-Alberto Guerra

Assistant Professor, Universidad del Rosario
Job Market Paper: "Occupational choice, social interactions and heterogeneous beliefs: A Study of Victorian London"
Supervisors: Syngjoo Choi and Aureo de Paula

Christian Krestel


Job Market Paper: "Optimal Stopping With Regret: When to stop if Nature is malevolent"
Supervisors: Martin Cripps and Nikita Roketskiy

Luigi Minale

Assistant Professor, University Carlos III.
Job Market Paper: "Information and Crime Perceptions: Evidence from a Natural Experiment"
Supervisors: Christian Dustmann, Uta Schoenberg and Pedro Carneiro

Nicolas Motz

Assistant Professor, University Carlos III.
Job Market Paper: "How Political Parties Shape Electoral Competition"
Supervisors: Ian Preston and Guy Laroque

Florian Oswald

Assistant Professor, Sciences Po Paris
Job Market Paper: "Regional Shocks, Migration and Homeownership"
Supervisors: Lars Neshiem and Richard Blundell

Michela Tincani

Assistant Professor, University College London
Job Market Paper: "Heterogeneous Peer Effects and Rank Concerns: Theory and Evidence"

2013-14 cohort of graduates and post-doctoral researchers accepted job offers

2011-12 cohort of graduates and post-doctoral researchers accepted job offers