Job Market Candidates 2023-2024
Ivan Peter Anich
Fields of Interest: Environmental & International Economics
I grew up in Chicago and lived in Colorado for 10 years. I entered graduate school wanting to study the spread of renewable energy and I am working toward making that a reality. My specializations are in environmental economics and international economics. I enjoy the challenge of doing research and I aspire to make a difference in the spread of renewable energy.
Fields of Interest: Environmental & Animal Welfare Economics and Public Finance
A desire to contribute positively, constructively and sustainably to the development of the island where I originate guided me to the study of the relationship between the economics of man and nature. I first graduated from St. Joseph College in Mauritius as a science major. A love for numbers and nature led to a completion of a bachelor's degree in mathematics from the University of Cape Town in South Africa and master's degrees in international finance and professional accounting from Deakin University in Australia. I enjoy being in nature and learning the sciences of Indigenous cultures around the planet.
Fields of Interest: Labor Economics and Public Economics
Diego Guerrero is an applied microeconomist focused on policy-relevant issues in public economics and poverty alleviation. His research spans the fields of labor, development and education economics, and he has collaborated with local, state and national governments in the U.S. and abroad. Guerrero’s dissertation analyzes the economics of federal programs and their impact on households, businesses and government. His job market paper analyzes the intergenerational effect of the earned income tax credit on the adult income of eligible children. He has more than eight years of teaching experience, and he is interested in teaching a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses.
Lucas Nogueira Garcez
Fields of Interest: Law & Economics
I work with applied micro topics such as migration, health and education. I have a law degree and experience with software development, so I love interdisciplinary work. I am always up for discussing "unusual" research ideas (as long as they can be IRB approved). I believe there is a lot of unexplored data from courts, notaries and other public agencies out there waiting to be used. I love nature, cycling and kayaking and I am a big fan of classic rock, electronic music, board games and Lord of the Rings. If you want to talk about any of these topics, don't hesitate to send me an email.
Fields of Interest: Environmental, Public
I earned my bachelor's degree in mathematics and economics from Eastern Mennonite University and my master's degree in natural resource economics from Colorado State University. My research focuses on environmental economic issues with interest in behavioral and experimental economics. In my free time, I enjoy mountain biking, hiking or any other excuse to spend time outside with my spouse.