On job market

Rustam Jamilov

London Business School

PhD Candidate in Economics
London Business School
On the Academic Market (2020-2021)

Katharina Janezic

Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Hanchen Jiang

University of North Texas

Bo Jiang

George Washington University

I am a Ph.D. candidate at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. My main research interests are Monetary Economics, Financial Economics, and Banking. I am especially interested in how shadow banking affects monetary policy transmission and economic activities.

Euiyoung Jung

Paris School of Economics

I am a Ph.D. candidate at the Paris School of Economics. My primary research fields are Macroeconomics and Labor economics. My research mainly explores a frictional labor market and its interactions with other market imperfections.

My paper "On the design of labor market programs as stabilization policies" will be presented at the European Meeting of Econometric Society on 14th December (10 am). This work investigates the optimal cyclical behavior of unemployment insurance and employment protection in an economy with asset and labor market frictions.

Peter Lihn Jørgensen

Copenhagen Business School

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School