Students on the Job Market

All Wharton doctoral students build their own research interests on a foundation of rigorous research. By pushing the boundaries of understanding, they not only become experts in their fields, but also translate their research into practice, addressing relevant issues in the real world.

Doctoral Students and Research Interests

Note: If you are interested in students from a particular program, please contact the departments directly for more information.

Accounting

Applied Economics

Applied Economics PhD students on the job market are listed on the department website:
Applied Economics PhD Job Market Candidates

Finance

Finance PhD students on the job market are listed on the department website: Finance PhD Job Market Candidates

Healthcare Management and Economics

BENJAMIN CHARTOCK

Ethics & Legal Studies

Management

Marketing

IKE SILVER

  • Links: Email; Website; Personal Website
  • Research Interests: Consumer Behavior, Moral and Political Marketing
  • Job Market Paper: “Self-Censorship and the Strategic Omission of Facts from Communication”
  • Faculty Advisor(s): Deborah Small

Operations, Information and Decisions

CHRISTIAN KAPS

KATIE MEHR

  • Links: EmailWebsitePersonal Website
  • Research Interests: Consumer Behavior
  • Job Market Paper: “How Does Rating Specific Features of an Experience Alter Consumers’ Overall Evaluations of That Experience?”
  • Faculty Advisor(s): Joseph Simmons

Statistics & Data Science

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