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Cynthia L. Doniger

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Graduate Student, Population Studies Center.

Graduate Student, Department of Economics.

Economics, Year: advanced

PSC Mentor: Matthew D. Shapiro

Dissertation Committee: Dmitriy L. Stolyarov, Matthew D. Shapiro, Jeffrey A. Smith, Jagadeesh Sivadasan

Research Interests: Ms. Doniger's research applies search theoretic models to analyses of labor markets and labor market policy. In particular, she focuses on firms' choices of wage formation mechanisms and the implications of these for worker outcomes and empirical identification. She is also interested in application of search theoretic models to financial and product markets.