John Frederick Geweke


Ph.D. University of Minnesota - Twin Cities 1975 UnitedStates
Dissertation: Employment Turnover and Wage Dynamics in US Manufacturing
Mathematics Subject Classification: 91—Game theory, economics, social and behavioral sciences

Advisor 1: Christopher Albert Sims

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Arimura, ToshihideUniversity of Minnesota - Twin Cities2000
Bajari, PatrickUniversity of Minnesota - Twin Cities199725
Baladi, S. MostafaUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1981
Eraslan, HülyaUniversity of Minnesota - Twin Cities20012
Evans, WilliamDuke University19875
Froeb, LukeUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison19832
Glassman, DebraUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1980
Hora, MerrellUniversity of Minnesota - Twin Cities1999
Huang, MingtuiUniversity of Minnesota - Twin Cities2000
Jiang, YuThe University of Iowa2009
Landon-Lane, JohnUniversity of Minnesota - Twin Cities19981
Ma, TongshuUniversity of Minnesota - Twin Cities1998
Mao, WeijieThe University of Iowa2010
McCausland, WilliamUniversity of Minnesota - Twin Cities20021
Meese, RichardUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1978
Norets, AndriyThe University of Iowa2007
Obrizan, MaksymThe University of Iowa2010
Parkinson, PatrickUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1981
Porter-Hudak, SusanUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1982
Reifschneider, DavidUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1983
Smith, AnthonyDuke University199016
Sowell, FallawDuke University19861
Stavrunova, OlenaThe University of Iowa2007
Terrell, DekDuke University19911
TeSelle, GaryUniversity of Minnesota - Twin Cities1996
Tsionas, EfthymiosUniversity of Minnesota - Twin Cities19942
Wang, Yu-LinUniversity of Minnesota - Twin Cities1994
Wang, ZhenyuUniversity of Minnesota - Twin Cities1995
Zhou, GuofuDuke University19902

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