印第安纳大学金融学副教授Nandini Gupta:杰出工程师与金融工作之间的匹配度

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印第安纳大学金融学副教授Nandini Gupta:杰出工程师与金融工作之间的匹配度

主题:(Mis)Matching Superstar Engineers to Finance  Jobs(杰出工程师与金融工作之间的匹配度)

主讲人:Nandini  Gupta,印第安纳大学凯莱商学院金融学副教授

日期:2017年12月6日(周三)

时间:上午10:00-11:30

地点清华五道口金融学院4号楼101教室

语言:英文

摘要:

We study the early  career choices and subsequent long-run career outcomes of elite engineers, who  have the potential to be transformative entrepreneurs, and whose skills are in  demand across sectors. One such sector is finance, which has experienced rapid  wage growth in recent years, attracting talent from other industries. Using  plausibly exogenous variation in local financial sector growth, we compare  engineering classmates from the same school, major, and graduation year, who  work in different metropolitan areas, and show that elite engineers from the  most selective schools, and those who receive graduation honors, are more likely  to switch to finance in high finance growth areas. Granular occupation  descriptions show that elite engineers are more likely to work in financial  sector occupations that do not require engineering skills. Exploiting our  empirical design, we find that on average elite engineers who switch to finance  in high-finance growth areas are less likely to become innovative entrepreneurs.  

主讲人简介:  

My research is in the  areas of corporate and international finance, with a focus on financial sector  reforms, political economy of finance, and labor and finance. In published  papers, I have looked at the effect of the partial privatization of  government-owned firms on the financial performance of firms, the political  economy of the government's privatization decision, the effect of stock market  liberalization on industry growth, the political economy of the elimination of  restrictions on foreign direct investment, the impact of the banking sector on  corporate bankruptcy outcomes, and, the market value of corruption. Recent work  considers the effect of financial access on self-employment and the effect of  financial sector growth on the allocation of talented workers. I received my  Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Pittsburgh and taught at the  University of Michigan Business School prior to joining the Kelley School of  Business at Indiana University.  


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