PhD Program

Job Market Candidates

Chicago Booth PhD students are innovative researchers who have been exposed to some of the best ideas and teaching in the world. Trained to constantly question and test ideas, they are prepared to push their research to the highest level in a demanding environment.

If you are interested in students in the Economics dissertation area, please contact Professor Canice Prendergast. If you are interested in students in our other dissertation areas, please contact Malaina Brown.

View the University of Chicago's Department of Economics job market candidates online.

View Booth Postdoctoral Scholars entering the job market online

2017-18 Job Market Candidates to be posted in Fall 2017.

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Student Dissertation Title Dissertation Chair(s) Research Interests Contact Info
Xiliang Lin "Disaggregate Network Effects on Two-Sided Platforms" Günter Hitsch Two-Sided Platforms and Network Efficiency; Pricing and Promotions; Consumer Behavior; Dynamic Models; Bayesian Methods Email
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Robert Sanders "Reducing Retailer Food Waste: A Revenue Management Approach" Jean-Pierre Dubé Dynamic Decision Problems; Dynamic Pricing; Applied IO; Sustainability Email
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Franklin Shaddy "Greater than the Sum of the Parts: How Bundling Creates Value"  Ayelet Fishbach Consumer Behavior, Judgment and Decision Making Email
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"Do Financial Factors Drive Aggregate Productivity? Evidence from Indian Manufacturing Establishments"