Job Market Candidates

Cassandra Benson

cmb465@cornell.edu
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Committee members:
Maria Fitzpatrick (Chair)
Zhuan Pei
Ronald Ehrenberg

Fields of Interest:Public economics, economics of education, labor economics
Job market paper: Is Special Education a Pathway to Supplemental Security Income for Children?

Bridget Brew

bb578@cornell.edu
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Bridget Brew

Committee members:
Laura Tach (Chair)
Christopher Wildeman
Anna Haskins
Kendra Bischoff

Fields of Interest: Social stratification, consequences of mass incarceration, race and ethnicity in the U.S., family demography.
Job market paper: Control During Confinement: Discipline and Care as Sources of Inequality in Penal Institutions

Marisa Carlos

mbc96@cornell.edu
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Marisa Carlos

Committee members:
Sean Nicholson (Chair)
Colleen Carey
Samuel Kleiner

Fields of Interest: Supply-side health economics; specifically health insurance, safety-net providers, hospitals, and pharmaceutical marketing
Job market paper: The Effects of Prescription Drug Coupons on Generic Drug Use, Adherence, and Competition: Evidence from Three Drug Classes

James Elwell

elwell.jamesp@gmail.com
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Committee members:
Sean Nicholson (Chair)
Mike Lovenheim
Samuel Kleiner

Fields of Interest:  Public Finance, Labor Economics, Health Economics
Job market paper: The Effects of Expansions of Children’s Medicaid Eligibility on Program Participation and Labor Supply

Youngmin Yi

yy567@cornell.edu
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Youngmin Yi

Committee members:
Christopher Wildeman (Chair)
Daniel Lichter
Erin York Cornwell
Matthew Hall

Fields of Interest: Family, demography, race/ethnicity, social inequality, incarceration, child welfare, immigration
Job market paper: Institutions and Inequality in Childhood and the Transition to Adulthood in the United States: The Consequences of Criminal Justice and Child Welfare System Contact

Ph.D. Training in Economics at Cornell University
At Cornell University economists are trained in many departments, schools and colleges, and as a part of multiple graduate fields. Ph.D. job candidates with training in economics can also be found on the following web sites: Field of Economics, and Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.

Placement Coordinator and Director of Graduate Studies: John Cawley 
Further details will be added as they become available.