AFRE is proud to announce our MS and PhD job-market candidates for Summer/Fall 2018! Find a list of our job candidates below and on the AFRE Job Candidate web page.
Click through to see each candidate’s areas of specialization and links to their personal websites where you can find further information about their interests and qualifications. Our candidates have fantastic skills in economic modeling, statistics, surveys, field experiments, program evaluation, teaching, and extension. Their interests span a wide range of socially relevant fields in applied economics, including agriculture, regional and international development, and energy and environment. These candidates are ready to make an immediate impact in academia, industry, government, and the nonprofit sector.
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“There is a changing tide in our profession,” said job placement committee member and AFRE assistant professor Melissa McKendree.”More energy is being devoted to match potential employees with employers and to provide professional development. This year AAEA will host an inaugural job fair on Sunday, August 4 — in addition to the employment center running throughout the conference. These are great opportunities that show AAEA’s commitment to our early career professionals.”
“The placement committee is very excited about our latest batch of job candidates,” said Soren Anderson, AFRE associate professor and committee member. “This is our first cohort of students to launch their job searches around the August AAEA meetings since our committee was formed last fall. We had an earlier cohort launch for the January ASSA meetings and land exciting new jobs this past spring. So we have high hopes for this latest batch.”
Our job candidates are available for interview at the 2018 AAEA Annual Conference. Download a printable flyer for more information on each candidate.