Congratulations to our Economics PhD Graduates!

Congratulations to our Economics PhD Graduates!

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In 2018-19 a record number of our young doctors were on the job market: all eight job have successfully secured positions in universities and other institutions across Europe !

Clement Bellet Clément Bellet successfully defended his dissertation "Essays on inequality, social preferences and consumer behavior" (advisor: Nicolas Cœurdacier) and was awarded a PhD in Economics at Sciences Po in 2017. 
He will join Erasmus School of Economics, Rotterdam as Assistant Professor this fall.
Research interests: Behavioural and Happiness Economics, Consumption, Marketing, Inequality and Poverty
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Guillaume Chapelle Guillaume Chapelle successfully defended his dissertation titled "Land and the housing market: three essays on the role of land and its implications for public policies" (advisor: Étienne Wasmer) and was awarded a PhD in Economics at Sciences Po in 2017. 
He will join Université de Cergy, THEMA as Assistant Professor this fall.
Research interests: Urban Economics, Housing Economics, Public Policy Analysis, National Accounting
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Edoardo Ciscato Edoardo Ciscato PhD student is preparing a thesis on the theme "Matching Models and Search Theory: Applications to the Economics of the Family" under the direction of Jean-Marc Robin). 
He will join the Department of Economics of KU Leuven as Assistant Professor in October 2019.
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Pierre DeschampsPierre Deschamps successfully defended his dissertation "Discrimination and public policies" (advisors: Etienne Wasmer & José De Sousa) and was awarded a PhD in Economics at Sciences Po in 2018. 
He will join the University of Stockholm SOFI as Assistant Professor this fall.
Research interests:
Labour economics, Discrimination, Urban Economics
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Dylan Glover Dylan Glover successfully defended his dissertation "Essays in labor economics: discrimination, productivity and matching" (advisor: Yann Algan) and was awarded a PhD in Economics at Sciences Po in 2017. 
He will be joining INSEAD as an Assistant Professor of Economics this fall.
Research interests: Labor Economics, Policy Evaluation, Discrimination, Inequality
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Valeria RuedaValeria Rueda successfully defended her dissertation "When the times they’re not a changin’: essays on the persistent effects of religion, investments, and ancestry on economic, social, and political behaviors at the subnational level" (advisor: Yann Algan) and was awarded a PhD in Economics at Sciences Po in 2016. 
She will join the University of Nottingham as Assistant Professor this fall.
Research interests: Development Economics, Economic History, Applied Political Economy, Economic Geography
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Online Thesis

Guillaume Wilemme Guillaume Wilemme successfully defended his dissertation "Searching on the labor market: theoretical implications and empirical evidence" (advisors: Étienne Wasmer & Fabien Postel-Vinay) and was awarded a PhD in Economics at Sciences Po in 2016. 
He will join the University of Leicester as Lecturer (Assistant Professor) this fall.
Research interests: Labor Economics, Economic Theory, Structural Econometrics
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Riccardo Zago Riccardo Zago successfully defended his dissertation "Three Essays in Applied Macro" (advisor: Étienne Wasmer) and was awarded a PhD in Economics at Sciences Po in 2018. 
He will join the Banque de France this fall.
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