SIGecom Job Candidates 2019
Just like in the last three years, this year there will be an article in SIGecom Exchanges profiling the current junior job market candidates from the SIGecom community. These profiles will include a research summary, brief biography, and up to three representative papers. At least one of these papers should have appeared in EC or a comparable venue. To get a sense of what these profiles will look like, you can go over the last years' articles:

2015-2016: http://goo.gl/aXj2mO
2016-2017: https://goo.gl/8Os4Me
2017-2018: https://goo.gl/FpECRa

Job candidates should initiate their submission no later than August 26 2018 (submit a form including all the fields marked as required). The submission can then be edited until August 30 2018 (re-submit with *all* the fields filled out). No new submissions will be accepted after August 30 2018. Contact Vasilis Gkatzelis (gkatz@drexel.edu) if you have any problems or questions.

Candidate Name *
Candidate Email *
Academic Advisor Name *
Academic Advisor Email *
Thesis Title
Research Summary (up to 2500 characters)
Write this in LaTex format (pay attention to math formulas, quotation marks, etc.), as it will be copied and compiled using LaTeX.
Brief Biography (up to 1000 characters)
Write this in LaTex format (pay attention to math formulas, quotation marks, etc.), as it will be copied and compiled using LaTeX.
Representative Papers
Please provide references for up to three representative papers of the job candidate. These references should follow exactly the format used in the previous years' articles: title of the paper, followed by initials of conference or journal in parentheses, followed by "with", and the list of co-authors (only the initial of their first name). For example, it should look something like: Mechanism Design for Job Market Candidates (EC 2022) with J. Doe and R. Smith
Keywords (up to 70 characters)
Please provide a few keywords that summarize your work. You can take a look at the keywords used in previous years if you are not sure about what to use.
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