Berlin School of Economics
Job Market Candidates 2020/2021


Doctoral Job Market Candidates



Teresa Backhaus

Fields of research: Labor and Labor Market, Welfare State and Social Inequality, Decision Making and Strategic Interaction

Job market paper: Training in Late Careers

Supervisors: Peter Haan and Steffen Huck

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Personal website

E-mail: teresa.backhaus@wzb.eu



Friederike Heiny

Fields of research: Contract Theory, Industrial Organization and Organizational Economics.

Job market paper: We Value Your Privacy: Behavior-Based Pricing under Endogenous Privacy

Supervisor: Anja Schöttner and Roland Strausz

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Personal website

E-mail: f.heiny@hu-berlin.de



Melina Ludolph

Fields of research: Banking Regulation, Financial Stability, Financial Crises, and Applied Econometrics

Job market paper: MiFID II and Analyst Recommendations: Does Unbundling Research Fees from Sales Commissions Reduce Tipping?

Supervisors: Marcel Fratzscher and Bernd Fitzenberger

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Personal Website

E-mail: ludolphm@hu-berlin.de



Catalina Martinez Hernandez

Fields of research: Applied Macroeconometrics, Monetary Policy, Anchoring of Inflation Expectations, Macroeconomic Forecasting

Job market paper: Disentangling the Effects of Multidimensional Monetary Policy on Inflation and Inflation Expectations in the Euro Area

Supervisor: Helmut Lütkepohl

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Personal website

E-mail: cmartinezhernandez24@gmail.com


Melissa Newham

Fields of research: Applied Microeconomics, Empirical Industrial Organisation, Behavioural Economics, Health Care Regulation, The Pharmaceutical Industry

Job market paper: Do Expert Panelists Herd? Evidence from FDA Committees

Supervisor: Jo Seldeslachts and Tomaso Duso

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Personal website

E-mail: melissa.newham@gmail.com


Fabian Stöckl

Fields of research: (Green) Growth Theory, Declining Labor Share of Income, Environmental Economics, Energy System Modeling

Job market paper: Is Substitutability the New Efficiency? - Endogenous Investment in the Elasticity of Substitution between Clean and Dirty Energy

Supervisor: Georg Meran and Claudia Kemfert

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Personal website

E-mail: fstoeckl@diw.de


Robert Stüber

Fields of research: Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Labor Economics

Job market paper: Why High Incentives Cause Repugnance

Supervisor: Dorothea Kübler

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Personal website

E-mail: robert.stueber@googlemail.com



Marica Valente

Fields of research: Applied Economics, Causal Inference and Machine Learning Methods, Environmental Economics

Job market paper: Heterogeneous Effects of Waste Pricing Policies

Supervisor: Bernd Fitzenberger and Jeffrey M. Wooldridge

Personal website

E-mail: mvalente@diw.de



Pauline Vorjohann

Fields of research: Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Microeconomic Theory

Job market paper: Reference-Dependent Choice Bracketing

Supervisor: Georg Weizsäcker and Steffen Huck

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Personal website

E-mail: pauline.vorjohann@hu-berlin.de