Another November, another job market. Who’s on the market in trade this year? As I have for the last six years, I focus on trade, neglecting international finance and open-economy macro. The distribution is a bit uneven this year — some schools have zero candidates, while UC Davis has six. If I’ve missed someone, please contribute to the list in the comments.
- Akira Sasahara (UC Davis) – Why Does Regional Income Inequality Sometimes Increase and Sometimes Decrease?: Theory and Evidence
- Andrés J. Maggi (Princeton) – The Impact of Productivity Growth in China on the Brazilian Economy
- Carolina Pan (Brandeis) – From Ideas to Trade
- Chang Sun (Princeton) – Factor-biased Multinational Production
- Daniela Viana Costa (Minnesota) – Export Composition, Terms of Trade, and GDP fluctuations.
- David Tsirekidze (Stanford) – Global Supply Chains, Trade Agreements and Rules of Origin
- François de Soyres (Toulouse) – Value Added and Productivity Linkages Across Countries
- Leandro Freylejer (Toronto) – Product Quality Information and Trade: A Dynamic Approach to the Extensive Margin of Trade
- Ildikó Magyari (Columbia) – Firm Reorganization, Chinese Imports, and US Manufacturing Employment
- Ilhyun Cho (UC Davis) – Offshoring and Labor Share in Manufacturing Industries in Developed Countries
- Inga Heiland (Munich) – Global Risk Sharing Through Trade in Goods and Assets: Theory and Evidence
- Jingting Fan (Maryland) – Talent, Geography, and Offshore R&D
- Jiwon Lee (UC Davis) – Counterfeiting and the Pricing Behavior of the Authentic Firm
- Joseph Vavrus (Colorado) – Local Access to Credit and International Trade
- Kan Yue (Purdue) – Estimating Import Quality: Do Countries Agree on Rankings?
- Luca Macedoni (UC Davis) – Large Multiproduct Exporters Across Rich and Poor Countries: Theory and Evidence
- Masha Brussevich (Purdue) – Does Trade Liberalization Narrow the Gender Wage Gap? The Role of Sectoral Mobility
- Martin Alfaro (Aarhus) – The Strategic Value of Large Domestic Firms: Theory and Evidence
- Matthew Grant (Yale) – Why Special Economic Zones? Using Trade Policy to Discriminate Across Importers
- Meredith Startz (Yale) – The value of face-to-face: Search and contracting frictions in Nigerian trade
- Nan Xu (Colorado) – Per Capita Income, Taste for Quality, and Exports Across Countries
- Sandile Hlatshwayo (Berkeley) – Heterogeneity in Responses to Policy Uncertainty: Evidence from European Firms
- Se Mi Park (Colorado) – Global Sourcing Patterns, Commercial Arbitration Regimes, and Relationship-Specific Transactions
- Seth Kingery (Michigan) – Radiating Trade: Gravity Through Spatial Geometry
- Sharat Ganapati (Yale) – The Modern Wholesaler: Global Sourcing, Domestic Distribution, and Scale Economies
- Shekhar Tomar (Toulouse) – Gains from Agricultural Market Reform: Natural Experiment from India
- Suprabha Baniya (Purdue) – The Effects of Timeliness on the Trade Pattern between Primary and Processed Goods
- Syed Uddin (FIU) – Value-added Trade, Exchange Rate Pass-Through, and Trade Elasticity: Revisiting Trade Competitiveness
- Tao Liu (UC Davis) – Trade Finance and International Currency: A Monetary Search Approach
- Vladimir Tyazhelnikov (UC Davis) – Production Clustering and Offshoring
- Woan Foong Wong (Wisconsin) – The Round Trip Effect: Endogenous Transport Costs and International Trade
- Yang Xu (Maryland) – Structural Change and Skill Premium in a Quantitative Model of Trade
- Yuta Takahashi (Northwestern) – Trade imbalances and their distributional consequences
- Zheli He (Columbia) – Trade and Real Incomes of the Rich and Poor: Cross-Country Evidence
Carolina Pan (Brandeis): From Ideas to Trade
Meredith Startz (Yale)
Woan Fong Wong from UW Madison is also on the market. https://sites.google.com/site/wongwoanfoong/
I’m from the University of Munich and I’m also on the market!
My JMP: Global Risk Sharing Through Trade in Goods and Assets: Theory and Evidence.
This is Syed Uddin from Florida International University. I am on the job market. My JMP titled “Valued-added Trade, Exchange Rate Pass-Through, and Trade Elasticity:Revisiting the Trade Competitiveness”