PhD Job Market Candidates
This page contains a list of the Stevens Doctoral Program's current job market candidates for the 2023-24 academic year.
For our Economics candidates, please email Malaina Brown, Eric Budish, and Matt Notowidigdo. For our Finance and Joint Program in Financial Economics candidates, please email Zhiguo He. Please contact Malaina Brown for all other job market candidates.
You can find candidates by area: Accounting, Behavioral Science, Econometrics and Statistics, Economics, Finance, Joint Program in Financial Economics, Management Science and Operations Management, and Marketing.
We also invite you to review job market candidates at the University of Chicago’s Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics.
Check back next year for candidates in Behavioral Science.
Econometrics and Statistics
Job Market Paper: Sorting and Complementarities in Healthcare: Hospitals and Surgeons
Dissertation Chairs: Neale Mahoney (co-chair), Joshua D. Gottlieb (co-chair)
Research Interests: Health Economics, Labor Economics, Industrial Organization, Organizational Economics, and Public Economics
Joint Program in Financial Economics
Management Science and Operations Management
Job Market Paper: Stochastic Modeling and Control in Ridesharing and Online Systems
Dissertation Committee Members: Baris Ata, Rene Caldentey, Amy Ward, Yuan Zhong, and Yuwei Zhou
Research Interests: Stochastic Modeling and Control; Operations/Supply Chain Management; Online Content Moderation; Machine Learning
Job Market Paper: Reason defaults: Presenting defaults with reasons for choosing each option helps decision makers with minority interests
Dissertation Chairs: Berkeley Dietvorst & Oleg Urminsky
Research Interests: Consumer Well-Being, Defaults, Change over Time, Savings
Job Market Paper: Consumer Time Preferences from Goal-Management Perspective
Dissertation Chair: Oleg Urminsky
Research Interests: Consumer Decisions over Time, Intertemporal Choice, Social Inferences in the Marketplace, Judgment and Decision Making
Job Market Paper: Who Brings Home the Bacon? How Individuals Living in the Same Household Shop
Dissertation Chair: Pradeep Chintagunta
Research Interests: Quantitative Marketing, Empirical IO, Shopping Behavior, Family Economics