UC Santa Barbara Economics

Job Market

Job Market candidates will be posted October 15th.

Placement Officer:
Prof. Zack Grossman
(805) 893-7309


* denotes focus of study

candidate job-Market Paper fields of study advisor(s)
Valerie Bostwick
[www]
[cv]
"Signaling in Higher Education: The Eff ect of Access to Elite Colleges on Choice of Major" Labor Economics, Applied Econometrics, Economics of Education Kelly Bedard
(805) 893‑5571
Douglas G. Steigerwald
(805) 893‑3151
Karin Donhowe
[www]
[cv]
"Reshuffling the Queue: Distributional Effects of Changing Water Rights Institutions" Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Public Finance, Applied Econometrics Gary Libecap
(805) 893‑8611
Christopher Goodwin
[www]
[cv]
"Air Quality and Birth Outcomes: The Mount St. Helens Eruption A Natural Experiment" Environmental Economics, Natural Resource Economics, Applied Econometrics Olivier Deschenes
(805) 893‑5617
Vedant Koppera
[www]
[cv]
"Racial Trends and Differences in the Intergenerational Transmission of Education" Labor Economics, Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics Peter Kuhn
(805) 893‑3666
Bryan Leonard
[www]
[cv]
"Economic Analysis of Property Rights: First Possession of Water in the American West" Natural Resource Economics, Environmental Economics, and Econometrics Gary Libecap
(805) 893‑8611
Daniel Moncayo
[www]
[cv]
"Loopholes" Public Finance, Macroeconomics, Labor Economics Peter Rupert
(805) 893‑3569
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
Adam Wright
[www]
[cv]
"Teachers' Perceptions of Students' Disruptive Behavior: The Effect of Racial Congruence and Consequences for School Suspension" Labor Economics, Economics of Education, Applied Econometrics Dick Startz
(805) 893‑2895
Xintong Yang
[www]
[cv]
"Capital in Transition: Housing and Sectoral Reallocation in the Long Run" Macroeconomics, Economic Growth, Housing and Real Estate Peter Rupert
(805) 893‑3569
Peng Zhang
[www]
[cv]
"Temperature and Economic Growth: New Evidence from Total Factor Productivity" Environmental Economics, Development Economics, Public Economics, and Applied Microeconometrics Olivier Deschenes
(805) 893‑5617