Universität Bonn

Department of Economics / BGSE

Job Market Candidates


Chen, Kailin
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Kailin Chen

Job Market Paper: Learning from Strategic Sources

Research Topics: Information Economics, Microeconomics Theory

References: Stephan Lauermann, Sven Rady, Mehmet Ekmekei, Johannes Hörner

Destan. Cavit Görkem
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Cavit Görkem Destan

Job Market Paper: Active Participation Bias

Research Topics: Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics

Supervisors: Florian Zimmermann, Thomas Dohmen, Sebastian Kube

Dobkowitz, Sonja
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Sonja Dobkowitz

Job Market Paper: Meeting Climate Targets: The Optimal Fiscal Policy Mix

Research Topics: Environmental Economics, Inequality, Macroeconomics, Public Finance

Supervisors: Keith Kuester, Philippe Aghion, Pavel Brendler, Farzad Saidi

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Ricardo Duque Gabriel

Job Market Paper: The Credit Channel of Public Procurement

Research Topics: Finance, Macroeconomics

References: Moritz Schularick, Farzad Saidi, Donghai Zhang, Cláudia Custódio, Mathias Klein

Gnewuch, Matthias
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Matthias Gnewuch

Job Market Paper: Market Power and Macroeconomic Fluctuations

Research Topics: Macroeconomics, Monetary Policy, Firm Heterogeneity

Supervisors: Keith Kuester, Donghai Zhang, Christian Bayer

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Laurenz Richard Kuno Günther

Job Market Paper: Political Representation Gaps in Europe

Research Topics: Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Political Economy

Advisors: Florian Zimmermann, Sebastian Kube, Moritz Schularick

Henkel, Luca
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Luca Henkel

Job Market Paper: Proud to Not Own Stocks: How Identity Shapes Financial Decisions

Research Topics: Applied Microeconomics, Behavioral Economics, Household Finance

References: Armin Falk, Roland Bénabou, Florian Zimmermann, Farzad Saidi

Kozakiewics, Marta
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Marta Kozakiewic

Job Market Paper: Experimental Evidence on Misguided Learning

Research Topics: Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics

References: Lorenz Götte, Florian Zimmermann, Thomas Dohmen

Kreutzkamp, Sophie
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Sophie Alexandra Kreutzkamp

Job Market Paper: Endogenous Information Acquisition in Cheap-Talk Games

Research Topics: Microeconomics Theory, Statistics

References: Dezsö Szalay, Benny Moldovanu, Philipp Strack

Lahr, Patrick
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Patrick Lahr

Job Market Paper: The Fragility of Specialized Advice

Research Topics: Mechanism Design, Microeconomic Theory, Social Choice Theory

Supervisors: Benny Moldovanu, Felix Bierbrauer, Aleh Tsyvinsky

Niemeyer, Axel
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Axel Niemeyer

Job Market Paper: Posterior implementability in an n-person decision problem

Research Topics: Microeconomic Theory, with a particular focus on Mechanism Design without transfers

References: Benny Moldovanu, Daniel Krähmer, Tangren Feng

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Justus Preusser

Job Market Paper: Simple Allocation with Correlated Types

Research Topics: Microeconomic Theory, Mechanism Design,  Allocation without monetary transfers, Learning in Dynamic Games

References: Stephan Lauermann, Benny Moldovanu, Francesc Dilmé

Schäfer, Paul
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Paul Schäfer

Job Market Paper: The Effect of Social Networks on Market Efficiency

Research Topics: Behavioral Economics, Industrial Organization, Culture and Institutions

Supervisors: Lorenz Götte, Florian Zimmermann, Axel Ockenfels


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Placement Coordinator

Recent Placements

In recent years, BGSE graduates received job offers from universities such as Harvard, Arizona State, University of Arizona, Notre Dame, Carnegie Mellon, Carlos III de Madrid, Florence (EUI), Copenhagen (Business School), Rotterdam (Erasmus University), University College London, Vienna, Berlin (HU) and Mannheim as well as by non-academic organizations such as the U. S. Federal Reserve Board, the International Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank and the Bank of Canada.

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