Spatial economics JMPs (2021-2022)

Here’s a list of job-market candidates whose job-market papers fall within spatial economics, as defined by me quickly skimming webpages. I’m sure I missed folks, so please add them in the comments.

Here’s a cloud of the words that appear in these papers’ titles:

Zahin Haque (NYU) – The Production Engel
Yuta Suzuki (Penn State) – Local Shocks and Regional Dynamics in an Aging Economy
Yao Wang (Syracuse University) – Linguistic Distance, Internal Migration and Welfare: Evidence from Indonesia
Xian Jiang (Duke) – Information and Communication Technology and Firm Geographic Expansion
Vladimir Avetian (Sciences Po) – Consider the Slavs: Overt Discrimination and Racial Disparities in the Rental Housing
Vinicios Sant’Anna (UIUC) – Send Them Back? The Real Estate Consequences of Repatriations
Vinayak Iyer (Columbia) – What Drives the Efficiency in Ridesharing Markets? Evidence from Austin, Texas
Victor Yifan Ye (BU) – Simulating Endogenous Global Automation
Vasily Rusanov (NYU) – Internal Migration and the Diffusion of Schooling in the US
Valentin Lindlacher (Munich) – Digital Infrastructure and Local Economic Growth: Early Internet in Sub-Saharan Africa
Taylor Mackay (UC Irvine) – Source of Income Discrimination and the Housing Choice Voucher Program
Tanner Regan (LSE) – Ask a local: Improving public pricing in urban Tanzania
Tal Roitberg (USC) – Can’t Wait? Urgency with Strategic Commuters and Tolled Express Lanes
Sung-Yup Jung (BU) – Industrial Parks and Regional Development: Evidence from South Korean Industrial Park Policy
Sarah Schneider-Strawczynski (PSE) – When is Contact Effective? Evidence on Refugee-Hosting and Far-Right Support in France
Rui Yu (Wharton) – Returns to Political Contributions in Local Housing Markets
Rolando Campusano (Toronto Rotman) – Startup Location, Local Spillovers, and Neighborhood Sorting
Philip Mulder (Wharton) – Mismeasuring Risk: The Welfare Effects of Flood Risk Information
Petr Martynov (Berkeley Haas) – Welfare Effects of Zoning: Density Constraints and Heterogeneous Agglomeration
Pawel Janas (Kellogg) – Public goods under financial distress: evidence from cities in the great depression
Paul J. Fisher (Arizona) – The Role of Property Tax in California’s Housing Crisis
Palak Suri (Maryland) – Public Transit Infrastructure and Employment Accessibility: The Benefits of the Mumbai Metro
Nikhil Datta (UCL) – Local Monopsony Power
Motaz Al-Chanati (Columbia) – Residential Segregation and the Demand for Schooling
Mingxi Li (UC Davis) – Firm Foundations: Legal Systems and Economic Performance in Colonial Shanghai, 1903-1934
Michael Pollmann (Stanford) – Causal Inference for Spatial Treatments
Matthew Lilley (HBS) – The Long Run Effects of Right to Work Laws
Mason Reasner (Purdue) – Agglomeration and Congestion Spillovers: Evidence from Base Realignment and Closure
Martin Jégard (PSE) – An Optimal Distribution of Polluting Activities Across Space
Manuela Puente Beccar (Bocconi) – Sorting and health: understanding health inequalities
Luca Perdoni (Yale) – The Effects of Federal “Redlining” Maps: A Novel Estimation Strategy
Kristina Komissarova (NYU) – Location Choices over the Life Cycle: The Role of Relocation for Retirement
Kohei Takeda (LSE) – On the Geography of Structural Transformation: Impact on Inequality and Upward Mobility
Juan Pablo Uribe (Brown) – Subsidies and Market Equilibrium: Evidence from a Notch in the Colombian Housing Market
Josh Morris-Levenson (Chicago) – The Origins of Regional Specialization
Jose Morales-Arilla (HKS) – Autocrats in crisis mode: Strategic favoritism during economic shocks
John Morehouse (Oregon) – Carbon Taxes in Spatial Equilibrium
Jaehee Song (Yale) – The Effects of Residential Zoning in U.S. Housing Markets
Iain Bamford (Columbia) – Monopsony Power, Spatial Equilibrium, and Minimum Wages
Hyun Yeol Kim (Rochester) – Internal U.S. Migration and Consumption Dynamics: A Panel Data Analysis
Georgios Tsiachtsiras (Barcelona) – Transportation Networks and the Rise of the Knowledge Economy in 19th Century France
Filippo Tassinari (Barcelona) – Low emission zones and traffic congestion: evidence from Madrid Central
Fernando Stipanicic (TSE) – The Creation and Diffusion of Knowledge: Evidence from the Jet Age
Fernanda Rojas-Ampuero (UCLA) – Sent Away: The Long-Term Effects of Slum Clearance on Children and Families
Elisa Facchetti (Queen Mary University of London) – Police Infrastructure, Police Performance and Crime: Evidence from Austerity Cuts
Dzhamilya Nigmatulina (LSE) – Misallocation and State Ownership: Evidence from the Russian Sanctions
Dheeraj Chaudhary (Maryland) – Trade, Financial Development, and Inequality: Evidence from US Railroads in the 19th Century
Derek Christopher (UC Irvine) – Homeownership in the Undocumented Population and the Consequences of Credit Constraints
Cory Briar (Oregon) – Rent Control and Gentrification in San Francisco: A Simulation Approach
Cora Wigger (Northwestern) – Decoupling Homes and Schools
Christopher M. Hair (Kellogg) – The Local Effects of Spatially Targeted Public Policies: Evidence from California School Finance Reform
Bunyada (Mos) Laoprapassorn (Michigan) – Entry and Spatial Competition of Intermediaries: Evidence from Thailand’s Rice Market
Benjamin Freyd (UCLA) – Labor Market Polarization and the Growth of Service Employment: Routinization or Consumption Spillovers?
Barthélémy Bonadio (Michigan) – Ports vs. Roads: Infrastructure, Market Access and Regional Outcomes
Arman Khachiyan (UCSD) – The Impacts of Fracking on Microspatial Residential Investment
Antoine Levy (MIT) – Tax Policy and Spatial Investment Behavior
Anomita Ghosh (UIUC) – Developing incentives to move new physicians: Longitudinal evidence from a local supply-side reform
András Jagadits (UPF) – Emigration and Local Structural Change: Evidence from (Austria)-Hungary in the Age of Mass Migration
Abhishek Rai (Penn State) – Temporary Migration in Spatial Economy