It’s November again. Time flies, and there’s a new cohort of job-market candidates. Time really flies: I started this series a decade ago! Many members of that November 2010 cohort now have tenure or will soon.
As usual, I’ve gathered a list of trade-related job-market papers. There is no clear market leader: the most candidates from one school by my count is three (Berkeley, Maryland, UCLA). If I’ve missed someone, please contribute to the list in the comments.
A separate post lists candidates in spatial economics, broadly defined.
Of the 31 candidates I’ve initially listed, 14 registered a custom domain, 9 used Google Sites, 2 used GitHub, and only 6 use school-provided webspace.
Here’s a cloud of the words that appear in these papers’ titles:
- Nicholas Sander (Berkeley) – Causal Effects of Capital Inflows
- Adrien Bussy (LSE) – Corporate Tax Evasion: Evidence from International Trade
- Karam Jo (Maryland) – Defensive Innovation and Firm Growth in the U.S.: Impact of International Trade
- Sanjana Goswami (UC Irvine) – Employment Consequences of U.S. Trade Wars
- Juan Sebastián Muñoz (Illinois) – Entering the Major Leagues: The Effect of Import Competition from the United States on Workers and Firms in an Emerging Economy
- Román David Zárate (Berkeley) – Factor Allocation, Informality and Transit Improvements: Evidence from Mexico City
- Luis Baldomero-Quintana (Michigan) – How Infrastructure Shapes Comparative Advantage
- Shafaat Khan (Rochester) – How Trade Responds to Anticipated Tariff Changes: Evidence from NAFTA
- Javier Quintana (Bocconi) – Import Competition, Regional Divergence, and the Rise of the Skilled City
- Xiang Ding (Harvard) – Intangible Economies of Scope: Micro Evidence and Macro Implications
- Hoang Pham (Syracuse) – International Trade and the Labor Market Power of Firms: Theory and Evidence
- Jacob Howard (Colorado) – Labor-Market Frictions and Endogenous Production-Network Formation
- Charly Porcher (Princeton) – Migration with Costly Information
- Anthony Priolo (Minnesota) – Multinational Production, Competition, and Growth
- Diana Van Patten (UCLA) – Multinationals, Monopsony and Local Development: Evidence from the United Fruit Company
- Zhe (Jasmine) Jiang (UW) – Offshoring, Firm-Level Adjustment and Labor Market Outcomes
- Anna Ignatenko (UC Davis) – Price Discrimination in International Transportation: Evidence and Implications
- Santiago Justel (UCLA) – Quality Guarantee and Trade Credit. Evidence from Chilean Exporters
- Kodzovi Abalo (Penn State) – Quantifying the incidence of terms-of-trade shocks in Nigeria: a Roy model with non-homothetic preferences and endogenous transfers
- Anna Miromanova (Oregon) – Quantifying the Trade Reducing Effect of Embargoes: Firm-Level Evidence from Russia
- Dorothee Hillrichs (Tilburg University) – Recovering Within-Country Inequality From Trade Data
- Tobias Sytsma (Oregon) – Rules of Origin Liberalization with Multi-Product Firms: Theory and Evidence from Bangladeshi Apparel Exporters
- Eugene Kanasheuski (Penn State) – Skill Premium: Accounting for Trade and Structural Change
- Mary Kate Batistich (Purdue) – Skill-Biased Technical Change and Employment in U.S. Manufacturing
- Rowan Shi (Princeton) – Solving combinatorial discrete choice problems in heterogeneous agent models: theory and an application to corporate tax harmonization in the European Union
- Isabela Manelici (Berkeley) – The Effects of Joining Multinational Supply Chains: New Evidence from Firm-to-Firm Linkages
- Jose P Vasquez (Berkeley) – The Effects of Multinationals on Workers: Evidence from Costa Rica
- Heesuk Gloria Jung (Houston) – The Effects of Trade Costs and Capital Controls on Trade Imbalances
- Sofia Fernandez Guerrico (Illinois) – The Effects of Trade-Induced Worker Displacement on Health and Mortality in Mexico
- Hundanol Kebede (Virginia) – The Gains from Market Integration: The Welfare Effects of Rural Roads in Ethiopia
- Adrien Bilal (Princeton) – The Geography of Unemployment
- Bengt Söderlund (Stockholm) – The Importance of Business Travel for Trade: Evidence from the Liberalization of the Soviet Airspace
- Agustin Velasquez (Graduate Institute, Geneva) – The Leisure Gains from International Trade
- Omar Barbiero (Harvard) – The Valuation Effects of Trade
- Alejandro Graziano (Maryland) – Trade Liberalization and Industrial Concentration
- Paweł Langer (NYU) – Trade Liberalization: Winners and Losers in a Search Framework
- Lerong Li (Maryland) – Trade Policy Shocks and Consumer Prices
- Devaki Ghose (Virginia) – Trade, Internal Migration, and Human Capital: Who Gains from India’s IT Boom?
- Laszlo Tetenyi (NYU) – Trade, Misallocation, and Capital Market Integration
- Yuan Tian (UCLA) – Trade-Induced Urbanization and the Making of Modern Agriculture
- Chen Daisy Sun (Yale) – Trading up: On the Growth of Chinese Textile and Apparel Exporters
- Fabian Trottner (Princeton) – Who Gains From Scale? Trade and Wage Inequality Within and Between Firms
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Hi Dr. Dingel,
My name is Hoang Pham, a PhD candidate in Trade from Syracuse University. My website is here
I was wondering if you could add me to your list of trade candidates?
Thank you a lot for doing this!!!
I am a trade JMC too!
Sanjana Goswami (UC Irvine) – Employment Consequences of U.S. Trade Wars.
Hoang Pham(Syracuse) “International Trade and the Labor Market Power of Firms: Theory and Evidence”
Heesuk Jung(Houston) “The Effects of Trade Costs and Capital Controls on Trade Imbalances “
Agustin Velasquez (Graduate Institute, Geneva) “The Leisure Gains from International Trade”
My friend Roman David Zarate from UC Berkeley is also a trade JMC https://www.romandavidzarate.com/
Javier Quintana (Bocconi)
“Import Competition, Regional Divergence, and the Rise of the Skilled City”
Anna Miromanova (Oregon) “Quantifying the Trade Reducing Effect of Embargoes: Firm-Level Evidence from Russia”
Tobias Sytsma (Oregon) “Rules of Origin Liberalization with Multi-Product Firms: Theory and Evidence from Bangladeshi Apparel Exporters”
Dorothee Hillrichs (Tilburg University) “Recovering Within-Country Inequality From Trade Data”
Patralekha Ukil (Connecticut)
“Economic Shocks and Infant Health: The Intergenerational Effects of Import Competition in the U.S.”