Graduate Student Advising: Students Who Have Finished
  • Kun Soo Choi - 5/90. "Wages and Employment Negotiations, and Econometric Tests of the Nash-Zeuthen and Raiffa/Kalai-Smordinsky Bargaining Models."
  • Seunghee Han - 8/90. "Wages, Amenities and Labor Supply Responses in the Physician Services Market." Placement: Korean Government.
  • Barbara Steinberg Schone - 1/91. "The Labor Supply Effects of Government Transfers in Cash and in Kind." Snavely Award for Best Dissertation. Placement: Vanderbilt University, Department of Economics.
  • Derek Neal - 1/92. "Inter-Industry Variation in Wages and Turnover." Placement: University of Chicago, Department of Economics.
  • Michael Palumbo - 5/92. "Health Uncertainty and Optimal Consumption Near the End of the Life Cycle." Placement: University of Houston, Department of Economics.
  • Richard Shipe - 5/92. "Cost and Productivity in the U.S. Urban Bus Transit Sector, 1978-89." Placement: US Army.
  • Daniel Zabinsky - 1/94. "Reform of the Tax Preference for Employer- Provided Health Insurance: An Econometric Analysis." Placement: AHCPR.
  • Amy Crews - 7/94. "Self-Selection and Administrative Selection in the Estimation of the Effects of In-Kind Transfers." Placement: Syracuse University, Public Policy School.
  • Todd Stinebrickner - 1/96. "A Dynamic Discrete Choice Model of Teacher Attrition." Placement: University of Michigan (Population Studies Postdoctoral program); Western Ontario University, (permanent).
  • Catherine O'Connor - 4/96. "Early-Out Incentives: A Case Study of the U.S. Army Officers." Placement: Ohio State University, Department of Economics.
  • Chris Swann - 4/96. "A Dynamic Analysis of Marriage, Labor Force Participation, and Participation in the AFDC Program;" Snavely Award for Best Dissertation. Placement: University of Michigan, Department of Economics (Visiting Professor 1 year); State University of New York, Stony Brook (permanent).
  • Jessica Horewitz - 1/97. "Are Team Owners in the National Football League Profit Maximizers." Placement: Putnam, Hayes, and Bartlett.
  • Fredrick Holt - 4/97. "The Family's Decision to Migrate: A Dynamic Analysis." Placement: Bureau of the Census.
  • Allison Ivory - 4/97. "The Effect of the 1986 Tax Reform Act on Labor Supply and Tax Payer Compliance." Placement: Joint Committee on Taxation.
  • Benjamin Scafidi - 9/97. "Neighborhood, Housing, and School Choice." Placement: New York University, Law School (Research Associate, 2 years); Georgia State University (permanent).
  • Mikel Ham - 5/98. "Rental Car Service Tenure and Downstream Vertical Integration in the Automobile Industry." Placement: Economic Analysis Corporation.
  • Jose Canals-Cerda - 7/98. "Identification in Search Models;" Snavely Award for Best Dissertation. Placement: University of Colorado.
  • Monica Hartmann - 8/00. "An Examination of Safety Provision and Tax Policy in a Structural Model of the Airline Industry." Placement: St. Thomas University.
  • Michelle Sheran - 6/01. "The Career and Family Decisions of Women: A Dynamic Analysis of Labor Force Participation, Schooling, Marriage, and Fertility Decisions." Placement: University of North Carolina, Greensboro.
  • Brian McManus - 8/01. "Nonlinear Pricing in an Oligopoly Market: The Case of Specialty Coffee;" IJIO Prize for Best Paper by a Young Economist, Snavely Award for Best Dissertation, Article in Slate. Placement: Olin School of Business, Washington University in St. Louis.
  • Michelle Goeree - 5/02. "Informative Advertising and the US Personal Computer Market: A Structural Empirical Examination." Young Economist Essay Prize (EARIE) European Association for Research in Industrial Economics, 2003, Snavely Award for Best Dissertation. Placement: University of Amsterdam.
  • Kara Olson Reynolds - 9/03. "The Causes and Consequences of Dumping." Placement: American University.
  • Jessica Howell - 11/03. "A Structural Equilibrium Model of the Market for Higher Education: Assessing the Impact of Eliminating Affirmative Action." Placement: California State University, Sacramento. (pictures from graduation).
  • Paul Sullivan - 9/04. "A Dynamic Analysis of Educational, Occupational, and Inter-firm Mobility Decisions." Placement: University of Michigan (Population Studies Postdoctoral program); Bureau of Labor Statistics (permanent).
  • David Byrne - 5/05. "Unemployment Insurance in an Empirical Sequential Search Model." Placement: Federal Reserve Board.
  • Kenneth Wilbur - 6/05. "Not All Eyeballs are Created Equal: A Structural Equilibrium Model of Television Advertisers, Networks, and Viewers." Placement: University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business.
  • Loren Smith - 8/05. "Optimal Buying and Selling of Durable Goods: The Case of Commercial Aircraft." Placement: Federal Trade Commission.
  • Paul Carrillo - 8/05. "An Equilibrium Search Model for Buyers and Sellers and an Empirical Application to the Real Estate Market." Snavely Award for Best Dissertation. Placement: George Washington University.
  • Beth Freeborn - 12/05. "Drug Laws and the Market for Cocaine." Placement: College of William and Mary.
  • Naoko Akashi - 8/06. "The Effect of Hospitals-Insurers Interaction on Medical Care Pricing." Placement: California State University, Fullerton.
  • Keith Brand - 10/06. "Equilibrium Product Characteristics in Health Insurance Markets: An Analysis of Medicare+Choice." Placement: Federal Trade Commission.
  • Marc Santugini - 5/07. "Social Learning in the Motion Picture Market." Placement: HEC Montreal.
  • Catherine Tyler Mooney - 6/07. "Evaluating the Impacts of Consolidation in the Radio Industry." Placement: University of Oklahoma.
  • Scott E. Davis - 8/07. "A Structural Model of the Effects of Housing Vouchers on Housing Consumption and Labor Supply." Placement: CNA Corporation.
  • Sarah Simmons - 11/07. "Welfare (to School?) to Work: How Welfare Reform Affects Collegiate Attainment." Placement: Rhodes College.
  • Jason Hulbert - 11/07. "A Dynamic Model of Multiproduct Firms: Advertising and Product Selection in the Ready to Eat Cereal Industry."
  • Oleksandr Zhylyevskyy - 5/08. "A Bad Peace is Better Than a Good War: A Structural Model of Marital Disagreements." Placement: Iowa State University.
  • Eric Fesselmeyer - 12/08. "Learning and Product Selection: An Empirical Model of Monopoly Behavior." Placement: National University of Singapore.
  • Jonathan Williams - 3/09, "The Causes and Welfare Consequences of Predation: A Dynamic Equilibrium Model of the Airline Industry." Snavely Award for Best Dissertation. Placement: University of Georgia.
  • Daniel Becker - 4/09, "Tradeoffs Between Wages and Other Job Characteristics With an Application to UI." Placement: Federal Trade Commission.
  • Uma Radhakrishnan - 5/10, "A Dynamic Structural Model of Contraceptive Use and Employment Sector Choice for Women in Indonesia."
  • Gihoon Hong - 11/10, "U.S. and Domestic Migration Decisions of Mexican Workers." Placement: Indiana University, South Bend.
  • Shuna Wang - 5/11, "The Entry Deterrence Effect of Authorized Generic Drugs: A Dynamic Reputation Model of a Fighting Brand in the Pharmaceutical Industry." Placement: Fannie Mae.
  • Romeo Fontaine (Universite Paris-Dauphine) - 6/11. "Essays on Long-Term Care," outside reader.
  • Adam Hyde - 3/12, "A Structural Model of Obstetrician Location and Treatment Decisions." Placement: Wake Forest University School of Business.
  • Yiyi Zhou - 4/12. "Vertical Integration and Industrial Dynamics in Two-Sided Markets: The Case of Video Games." Snavely Award for Best Dissertation Proposal. Snavely Award for Best Dissertation. Placement: SUNY Stony Brook.
  • Kang Jian - 5/12. "When Are the Tickets Cheapest? A Structural Model of an Airline's Dynamic Pricing under Fixed Capacity." Placement: Bank of America.
  • Mariusz Kolczykiewicz - 7/13. "The Impact of the Mother's Decision to Marry on Child Outcomes." Placement: Acumen
  • Chris Clapp - 7/13. "Should My Car Move or Should We? An Intra-Household Model of Residential and Commuting Choices."
  • Jonathan Eggleston - 3/14. "Spousal Labor Supply and Unemployment: Estimates from a Household Search Model." Snavely Dissertation Proposal Prize for Spring 2012. Placement: US Census Bureau. Students Working on Their Dissertation Undergraduate Student Advising:
  • Tennille Checkovich, Associate, McGuire Woods.
  • Bridget Hiedemann, Associate Professor, University of Seattle.
  • Petra Todd, Professor, University of Pennsylvania.
  • Shuhui Chen, Undergrad at UVA: look at interview in Xiamen, China. Questions for Reviewing Videotapes of Performance
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