UC Santa Barbara Economics

Job Market

Job Market candidates will be posted October 15th.

Placement Officer:
Prof. Zack Grossman
(805) 893-4402


* denotes focus of study

candidate job-Market Paper fields of study advisor(s)
Ryan Abman
[www]
[cv]
Reelection Incentives, Blacklisting and Deforestation in Brazil Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, Applied Econometrics, Political Economy Robert T. Deacon
(805) 893‑3670
Sara Adler Mandelbaum
[www]
[cv]
Effects of Threshold Uncertainty on Common Pool Resource Experimental and Behavioral Economics, Environmental and Natural Resource Economics Gary Charness
(805) 893‑2412
Zachary Bethune
[www]
[cv]
Consumer Credit, Unemployment, and Aggregate Labor Market Dynamics Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, Labor Economics, Household Finance Peter Rupert
(805) 893‑3569
Stefanie Fischer
[www]
[cv]
The Downside of Good Peers: How Class Composition Differentially Affects Men's and Women's STEM Persistence Labor Economics, Applied Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics Kelly Bedard
(805) 893‑5571
Christopher Goodwin
[www]
[cv]
Air Quality and Birth Outcomes: The Mount St. Helens Eruption - A Natural Experiment Environmental Economics, Natural Resource Economics, Applied Microeconomics Olivier Deschenes
(805) 893‑5617
Vedant Koppera
[www]
[cv]
Has the Intergenerational Transmission of Education increased in the United States? Evidence from the National Longitudinal Surveys Labor Economics, Applied Microeconomics, Econometrics Peter Kuhn
(805) 893‑3666
Gregory Leo
[www]
[cv]
Taking Turns Microeconomic Theory, Game Theory, Experimental Economics Ted Bergstrom
(805) 893‑3744
Steve Miller
[www]
[cv]
Indirectly Induced Innovation: Consequences for Environmental Policy Analysis Environmental & Natural Resource Economics, Applied Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics Christopher Costello
(805) 893‑5802
Steve Miller
[www]
[cv]
Indirectly Induced Innovation: Consequences for Environmental Policy Analysis Environmental & Natural Resource Economics, Applied Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics Christopher Costello
(805) 893‑5802
Steve Miller
[www]
[cv]
Indirectly Induced Innovation: Consequences for Environmental Policy Analysis Environmental & Natural Resource Economics, Applied Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics Chris Costello
(805) 893‑5802
Steve Miller
[www]
[cv]
Indirectly Induced Innovation: Consequences for Environmental Policy Analysis Environmental & Natural Resource Economics, Applied Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics Chris Costello
(805) 893‑5802
Ty Robbins
[www]
[cv]
Punishment, Inequality, and Heterogeneous Risk in Threshold Public Goods Games Environmental Economics, Applied Econometrics, Experimental Economics Gary Charness
(805) 893‑2412
Daniel Saunders
[www]
[cv]
Decision Errors and Threshold Public Goods: Using Logit Equilibrium To Model Coordination Failure Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Environmental Economics, Applied Microeconomics Zack Grossman
(805) 893‑4402
Mathurin Some
[www]
[cv]
Africa's Wars of Liberation: Impact and Economic Recovery Development Economics, Macroeconometrics, Labor Economics Javier Birchenall
(805) 893‑5275
Kevin Welding
[www]
[cv]
The Effectiveness of Cigarette Taxes on Older Adult Smokers: Evidence from Recent State Tax Increases Health Economics, Applied Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics, Labor Economics Kelly Bedard
(805) 893‑5571
Thomas Zimmerfaust
[www]
[cv]
Are Workers Willing to Pay to Join a Better Team? Applied Econometrics and Labor, Behavioral, and Experimental Economics Peter Kuhn
(805) 893‑3666