Job Market Candidates

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Elif Demiral

Elif E. Demiral
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Dissertation Title: 
Advisor:  Johanna Mollerstrom  jmollers@gmu.edu
Primary Fields: Experimental Economics, Gender Economics
Secondary Fields: Applied Microeconomics, Behavioral Economics
Job Paper:  Competitiveness and Employability
Email:  edemiral@gmu.edu

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Abigail Devereaux

Abigail N. Devereaux
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Dissertation Title:  The Microfoundations of an Open-ended Evolutionary Macroeconomics
Advisor:  Richard E. Wagner  rwagner@gmu.edu
Primary Fields: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics
Secondary Fields: Agent-based computational economics, Game Theory
Job Paper:  Multiple Games Analysis: A Petri Dish for Growing Polycentric Orders

The Industrial Revolution as a Combinatorial Explosion
Email: and398@nyu.edu

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Artur Dolgopolov

Artur Dolgopolov
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Dissertation Title:  Dynamic games, social preferences, and assignment markets: Theory and Experiments
Advisor:  Cesar Martinelli cmarti33@gmu.edu
Primary Fields: Microeconomics, Game Theory
Secondary Fields: Experimental Economics
Job Paper:  Reconstructing Strategies in Dynamic Games

Email: adolgopo@gmu.edu

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Stewart Dompe

Stewart J. Dompe
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Dissertation Title:  Three Essays on Water
Advisor:  Peter J. Boettke  pboettke@gmu.edu
Primary Fields: Public Choice, Austrian economics
Secondary Fields: Economic History
Job Paper:  Discontinuous Institutional Change: A Case Study of Water in California
Email:  stewartdompe@gmail.com

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Tate Fegley

Tate Fegley
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Dissertation Title:  The Political Economy of Policing
Advisor:  Christopher J. Coyne  ccoyne3@gmu.edu
Primary Fields: Public Economics, Institutional Economics
Secondary Fields: Austrian Economics, Public Choice Economics
Job Paper:  Institutional Incentives and Community Policing
Email:  tfegley@gmu.edu

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Joshua Ingber

Joshua S. Ingber
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Dissertation Title:  Monetary Policy and Political Economy During Hyperinflation
Advisor:  Donald J. Boudreaux  dboudrea@gmu.edu
Primary Fields: Monetary, Econometrics
Secondary Fields: Macroeconomics, Economic History
Job Paper:  Seigniorage in the Civil War South
Email:  jingber@gmu.edu

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Jordan Lofthouse

Jordan K. Lofthouse
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Dissertation Title:  Political Economy of Native American Economic Development 
Advisor:  Christopher J. Coyne  ccoyne3@gmu.edu
Primary Fields: Austrian economics, Public Choice economics
Secondary Fields: Development economics, Economic Sociology
Job Paper:  Institutions and Economic Development on Native American Lands
Email:  jloftho2@gmu.edu

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Kaitlyn Woltz

Kaitlyn Woltz 
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Dissertation Title:  The Political Economy of Prison Periodicals
Advisor:  Peter J. Boettke  pboettke@gmu.edu 
Primary Fields: Political Economy of the Criminal Justice system
Secondary Fields: Development Economics, Market Process Economics
Job Paper:  Prison Periodicals as a Mechanism for Institutional Change
Email:  kwoltz@gmu.edu

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Weiwei Zheng

Weiwei Zheng 
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Dissertation Title:  Three Essays on Market Institutions
Advisor:  Cesar Martinelli  cmarti33@gmu.edu 
Primary Fields: Experimental Economics, Microeconomics
Secondary Fields: Game Theory, Industrial organization
Job Paper:  Competition with Indivisibilities and Few Traders
Email:  wzheng5@gmu.edu

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