Judy GeyerPhD Student, Economics
Carnegie Mellon University
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Greetings. On October 21st, 2011, I successfully defended my dissertation in economics at Carnegie Mellon University. I am a Visiting Scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston through May 2012. I am on the job market and will be attending the 2012 ASSA Annual Meeting in Chicago.
My primary research interests include public economics, labor economics, industrial organization, and public policy. I am very interested in models of choice and how those models explain behavior modifications resulting from policy change.
For my doctoral dissertation I analyze the effect of housing subsidies on the mobility of low-income households. I model both discrete choice in a market with rationing and residential sorting in a metropolitan area with a mix of continuous and kinked budget constraints across households.
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