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MY NAME http://www.pitt.edu/~username E-mail: username@pitt.edu CONTACT INFORMATION: Department of Economics Office phone: University of Pittsburgh Cell phone: 4999 Wesley W. Posvar Hall Pittsburgh, PA 15260 DATE OF BIRTH: January 1, 1950 SEX: M/F CITIZENSHIP: Country (X-1 Visa) EDUCATION Ph.D. ..

    MY NAME

    http://www.pitt.edu/~username

    E-mail: username@pitt.edu

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Department of Economics Office phone:

    University of Pittsburgh Cell phone:

    4999 Wesley W. Posvar Hall

    Pittsburgh, PA 15260

DATE OF BIRTH: January 1, 1950 SEX: M/F CITIZENSHIP: Country (X-1 Visa)

EDUCATION

    Ph.D. Candidate in Economics, University of Pittsburgh, expected completion date: June 2013. Thesis Title: “Essays on Capital Structure and CEO Compensation”

    Thesis Committee: Prof. John Smith, Prof. David Black

    M.A. (or other degree) in Specialty, Home Country Institute of Technology, Town, Country, 2006.

    B.A. (or degree conferred) in Major Field, Alma Mater University, Town, Country, 2004.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

    Notice that you should not define a field in a too narrow way: example “monetary economics” is ok

    as a field; “inflation targeting” is not; or: “political economy” is a field, “political economy of government bailouts” is not a field, etc.

Primary Fields: Industrial Organization, Corporate Finance

Secondary Fields: Labor Economics, Applied Econometrics

    WORKING PAPERS (notice that a paper can be listed as a working paper if it is completed. It is different from work in progress). If you have a publication you should list it separately in the front page. Make sure your working papers are listed in the first page.

The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread: This Is Going To Get Me A Job” (Job Market

    Paper)

    [short abstract 2-3 lines]

The Next Best Thing: If You’re Reading This, You Must Be a Very Conscientious

    Hiring Committee Member” (joint with Classmate O. Mine)

    [short abstract 2-3 lines]

RELEVANT POSITIONS HELD:

    Research Assistant to Professor Brilliant Scholar, Pitt Department of Economics, 2002-2004

    Business Analyst, Some Consulting Company, 1978-1984.

    Research Intern, Department of Economic Analysis, Government Agency of Some Country, 1973-1975.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

    Teaching Assistant, (Undergraduate courses): Industrial Organization, Teaching Assistant to Professor Eminent Researcher, Spring 2005 (Undergraduate Association „You Rule,

    Dude‟ Teaching Award).

    Graduate courses: Microeconomics II, Teaching Assistant to Professor Main Advisor, Fall 2005.

WORKING PAPERS ABSTRACTS

That Cool Paper I Did with My Main Advisor Where I Was Really Just the RA

    (with Main Advisor), in Journal of Research in My Field (2007), Vol. 4, pp. 95-135.

    [full abstract of the paper] This is the text of the abstract (typically no more than 100 words, if it‟s published).

The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread: This Is Going To Get Me A Job (Job Market

    Paper)

This is the text of the abstract (It can be more than 100 words, because it‟s not published).

    [full abstract of the paper]

    The Next Best Thing: If You’re Reading This, You Must Be a Very Conscientious Hiring Committee Member” (joint with Classmate O. Mine)

This is the text of the abstract (It can be more than 100 words, but don‟t overdo it). [full

    abstract of the paper]

RESEARCH IN PROGRESS:

    [here you can list papers that are not completed or available yet but on which you are working]

Let’s Face It, This Is Far from Complete: Thank Goodness This Is Not My Job

    Market Paper

    This is the text of the abstract (You probably just thought of this one, so keep it short).

This One I Will Probably Finish After You Give Me That Job

It is ok not to have an abstract.

SEMINAR AND CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS:

    Loaded Family Name Fund Research Grant, 2005 Loaded Family Name Scholarship, 2006-07

    National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 2000-2005

HONORS, FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS:

    Loaded Family Name Fund Research Grant, 2005 Loaded Family Name Scholarship, 2006-08

    National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 2000-2005

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND MEMBERSHIPS:

Member of: the American Economic Association, the Home Country‟s Society of Labor

    Economists.

    Journal referee for: American Economic Review, Journal of Human Resources, Journal My Advisor Edits.

LANGUAGES:

Mother Tongue: Native language

    English: Fluent

    Something Else: Your level of proficiency

REFERENCES:

    Professor Main Advisor Professor Second Advisor Professor Third Advisor (chair) (advisor) (advisor, or teaching Department of Economics, Department of Economics, reference)

    University of Pittsburgh University of Pittsburgh Department of Economics, 4999 Wesley W. Posvar Hall 4999 Wesley W. Posvar Hall Maybe Some Other Pittsburgh, PA 15260 Pittsburgh, PA 15260 University

    E-mail: username@pitt.edu E-mail: username@pitt.edu Room #, Building

     Town, State ZIPNO

     E-mail: username@uni.edu

PLACEMENT OFFICER:

Prof. Daniele Coen-Pirani (412) 648-1749 email: coen@pitt.edu

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