Job market candidates

Placement officer : Timothée Demont (timothee.demont@univ-amu.fr)

Daniela Arlia

PhD candidate
I am an applied micro-economist working on topics in urban economics. I am particularly interested in studying the economics of the local housing and labour markets, their interplay, and overlaps with the spatial socioeconomic inequalities.
Fields of interest
Urban, Housing and Labor economics
References
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Contact
daniela.arlia@univ-amu.fr
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Marie Beigelman

4th year PhD fellowship student
I am an applied economist whose current research studies the intergenerational consequences of slavery, using innovative archival data processing techniques.
Fields of interest
Development Economy, Political Economy, Economic History
References
Roberto Galbiati (Sciences Po), Nathan Nunn (UBC), Thomas Piketty (PSE), Judit Vall Castello (UB)
Contact
marie.beigelman@ub.edu
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Tizié Bene

PhD candidate
I am an applied microeconomic theorist interested in networks, games, and development issues. I am currently studying the interaction between formal insurance and social networks that provide safety nets.
Fields of interest
Network Economics, Game theory, Development economics
References
Yann Bramoullé (AMSE), Frédéric Déroïan (AMSE) & Matt Elliott (University of Cambridge)
Contact
tizie.bene@univ-amu.fr
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Jan-Luca Hennig

Postdoctoral fellow
I use administrative and survey data and microeconometric methods in order to answer macroeconomic questions of the labor market, in particular related to technological progress.
Fields of interest
Labor Economics, Macroeconomics
References
Christian Schluter (AMSE), Fadi Hassan (Bank of Italy), Cecilia Garcia-Penalosa (AMSE), Carsten Schröder (DIW)
Contact
jan-luca.hennig@univ-amu.fr
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Bertille Picard

PhD candidate
I investigate the application of machine learning tools in economics. My goal is to understand better the possibilities and limitations of using recent statistical techniques to estimate counterfactual scenarios in high-dimensional contexts.
Fields of interest
Machine learning for Causal inference, Inequalities, Experimental Economics, Labor Economics
References
Emmanuel Flachaire (AMSE), Vincent Pons (Harvard Business School), Anna Simoni (CNRS)
Contact
bertille.picard@univ-amu.fr
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Sofia Ruiz Palazuelos

Postdoctoral fellow
As a theoretical researcher, I dive into the world of social networks, unraveling their influence on pivotal aspects of our society – from reshaping employment landscapes to molding inequality patterns and driving strategic decision-making behaviors.
Fields of interest
Networks, Game Theory, Microeconomic Theory, Labor Economics
References
Yann Bramoullé (AMSE), Coralio Ballester (Universidad de Alicante), Norma Olaizola (Universidad del País Vasco)
Contact
sofia.ruiz-palazuelos@univ-amu.fr
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Matteo Sestito

PhD candidate
I am an applied economist using large spatial datasets to shed light on the long economic and political shadow of history.
Fields of interest
Cultural economics, Economic history, Political economy
References
Nicolas Berman (CNRS Research Professor, Aix-Marseille School of Economics), Yannick Dupraz (CNRS Researcher, Aix-Marseille School of Economics), David Schönholzer (Assistant Professor, Stockholm University)
Contact
matteo.sestito@univ-amu.fr
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Mathias Silva Vazquez

PhD candidate
I focus on the development of econometric and statistical learning methods to empirically attend to distributive and inequality concerns. I am particularly interested in the empirical analysis of income distributions and income growth and inequality dynamics under limited data.
Fields of interest
Econometrics; Bayesian inference; Income distribution, inequality and poverty analysis; applied microeconomics
References
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Contact
mathias.silva-vazquez@univ-amu.fr
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Priyam Verma

Postdoctoral fellow
I am a trade economist who study spatial outcomes and optimal regional policies through the lens of quantitative trade models. I focus on highlighting synergies between investments and trade policies to optimize regional gains from trade, and identifying the origins of spatial heterogeneity.
Fields of interest
International Trade, Spatial Economics, and Macroeconomics
References
Federico Trionfetti (AMSE), Kei-Mu Yi (Houston), Aimee Chin (Houston), German Cubas (Houston), Bent Sorensen (Houston)
Contact
priyam.verma@univ-amu.fr
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Sarah Vincent

PhD candidate
I am an applied microeconomist working on the determinants and implications of gender norms and gender-based violence. My research interests lie at the intersection of Economic History, Development Economics and Political Economy.
Fields of interest
Development Economy, Political Economy, Economic History
References
Siwan Anderson (University of British Colombia), Renaud Bourlès (Aix-Marseille School of Economics), Pauline Grosjean (University of New South Wales), Nathan Nunn (University of British Colombia), Roberta Ziparo (Aix-Marseille School of Economics)
Contact
sarah.vincent@univ-amu.fr
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