24 BU economics Ph.D.s accept jobs in academic, government and private sectors

Congratulations to the 24 current or recent Ph.D. students from BU Economics who have accepted jobs for this September. Recent placements from the department are linked here, as well as pasted below.

http://www.bu.edu/econ/phd/outcomes/placements/

This year candidates selected 14 academic jobs, five government or central bank jobs, and five private sector jobs for their initial placement.

Everyone formally on the market this year accepted  a job offer.

Thank you, BU colleagues and outside letter writers, for your help with them getting a job.
Let me also thank the five BU staff members who helped with the application process:
Gillian Gurish, Norma Hardeo, Miriam Hatoum, Deb Kasabian, Gloria Murray.
Special thanks to Gillian Gurish for her excellent web page support to the job seekers.

Randy Ellis, Economics department placement officer

2016 PhD Placements

Economics PhD Accepted Job Offers

Amazon, Seattle, WA Jiaxuan Li
Amazon, Seattle, WA Fan Zhuo
Bank of Canada, Ottawa, Canada Guihai Zhao
Central Bank of Chile, Financial Policy Division, Chile (senior economist)  J. Felipe Cordova
Central Bank of Chile, Chile Patricio Toro
Columbia University, Graduate School of Business, NY (post doc), then Federal Reserve Bank, Board of Governors, DC Levent Altinoglu
Cornerstone Research, Boston MA Francois Guay
Cornerstone Research, Chicago IL Kavan Kucko
Duke University, Sanford School of Public Policy, Raleigh NC (post doc) Matt Johnson
ECARES, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium (post doc) Ben Solow
Ernst & Young, NYC Mengmeng Li
Harvard Medical School, Department of Health Care Policy, Boston MA (asst. prof.) Tim Layton
Harvard Medical School, Mass General Hospital, Disparities Research Unit, Boston MA (lecturer/research scientist) Ye Wang
Harvard Medical School, Mass General Hospital, Disparities Research Unit, Boston MA (post doc) Mirk Fillbrunn
Holy Cross, MA (visiting asst. prof.) Dan Schwab
London School of Economics, Department of Social Policy and   Imperial College, School of Public Health, Health Economics Group, London UK (joint position, post doc) Sara Machado
Peking University, Marketing, Guanghua School of Management, China (asst. prof.) Ying Lei
Reserve Bank of India, Center for Advanced Financial Research and Learning, Mumbai India (research director) Apoorva Javadekar
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, School of Economics, China (asst. prof.) Yao Shu
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, School of Finance, China (asst. prof.) Ei Yang
Texas A&M, Department of Political Science, TX (asst. prof.) Benjamin Ogden
US Census Bureau, Center for Economic Studies, MD Elisabeth Perlman
Wellesley College, Department of Economics, MA (lecturer) Alex Poterack
Xiamen University, Department of Economics and Wang Yanan Institute for Studies in Economics (WISE), China (asst. prof.) Shuheng Lin

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