Job Market Candidates
The Job Market Candidates of the Department of Economics and Business in 2019:
Job Market Paper: "The public morals - public services tradeoff: Theory and evidence from Sharia regulations in Indonesia"
Job Market Paper: "Motivated Beliefs and Prosociality"
Placement Director: Andrea Weber, WeberA@ceu.edu
Graduate Administrator: Veronika Orosz, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Job Market Candidates of the Department of Economics in 2018:
Placement: Kiel Institute for the World Economy from June 2018
Position: Postdoctoral Researcher
The Job Market Candidates of the Department of Economics in 2017:
Placement: Morgan Stanley from October 2017
Position: Model Risk Management (MRM) Team - Associate level Quantitative Risk Analyst
Task: His task at the MRM group involves the comprehensive econometric review and stress testing of capital planning- and risk models in accordance with Federal Reserve Board regulatory expectations. A large number and variety of models are being assessed by the firm out of which Laszlo is responsible for the revision and reporting of the CCAR (Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review) stress testing models, i.e., models designed to measure the firm's potential losses and risk exposures under extreme crises scenarios.
Placement: University of Bristol from October 2017.
Position: Lecturer in Finance
Task: His task is to produce research and contribute to the Department of Accounting and Finance by developing and teaching courses at the postgraduate level. Miklos's research currently focuses on understanding the incentive structure of credit rating agencies.
Placement: Joint Research Center, European Commission
Position: Scientific Officer / Economist
The Job Market Candidates of the Department of Economics in 2016:
Placement: the Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
Position: Research Economist
Additional Position: Senior Expert at the European Expert Network on Economics of Education (EENEE)