On job market

Anthony Diercks

Francesc Dilme

University of Bonn

Xiang Ding

Georgetown University

I’m an assistant professor of Economics in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. My research lies at the intersection of international trade, technology, and policy.

Shiv Dixit

Indian School of Business

I am an Assistant Professor of Economics and Public Policy at the Indian School of Business. I received my Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Minnesota. I previously served as a Research Analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and the International Monetary Fund. My research interests include Public Finance and Monetary Economics.

Milena Djourelova

Jihwan Do

University of Rochester

I am a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at University of Rochester. My research area includes game theory, industrial organization, and contract theory

Paweł Doligalski

University of Bristol

Gerard Domenech Arumi

Boston University

I am PhD Candidate in Economics at Boston University.

I am an applied microeconomist who combines administrative and survey data to address questions about inequality and labor markets.

In my job market paper, I combine geolocated housing and survey data to develop a new measure of local inequality and investigate whether individuals residing in more unequal neighborhoods perceive higher levels of inequality and are more in favor of redistribution.

James Doran


​Dr. James Doran is a Senior Fellow at the UNSW where he teaches derivatives and financial risk management. Prior to his appointment he was the Chief Investment Officer at multiple hedge funds that specialized in volatility, and was a chaired professor in the U.S where he taught portfolio management, investment theory, and asset pricing.

He has over 20 years of experience in finance as both an academic and as a practitioner. Dr. Doran's research focus is on theoretical and empirical asset pricing, with a specialization in derivatives, option pricing, and volatility. He has published in journals such as Review of Asset Pricing Studies, Review of Finance, Financial Analyst Journal, Journal of Futures Markets, Review of Derivative Research, The Journal of Risk, Journal of Financial Markets, Journal of Business, Finance, and Accounting, Risk Management and Insurance Review, and The Journal of Banking and Finance. He is also the author of the Profit Dilemma. Dr. Doran received a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and Computer Science from Emory University and a Ph.D. in Finance from the University of Texas at Austin. He also hold a series 65 professional license. At Emory University, he was an academic All-American in soccer.

Valerio Dotti

Washington University in St. Louis