Farida Abdelsalam

Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne (Centre d'économie de la Sorbonne)

I am a third year PhD candidate in Paris 1 university. I am interested in international economics, labor economics and firm organization. More specifically, I am currently interested in the impact of international trade on the (Re)organization of the hierarchy within firms.

Julien Acalin

Johns Hopkins university

My research interests lie at the intersection of macroeconomics and international finance.

Anna Adamecz


I am a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic and Regional Research Institute of Economics (KRTK KTI), a Research Associate at the University College London Social Research Institute (UCL SRI), and a Fellow at the Global Labor Institute (GLO). I received my PhD in Economics at the Central European University (CEU). My research interests include labor economics, health, fertility, social and educational mobility, and gender inequalities.

Jacqueline Adelowo

ifo Institute at the University of Munich

Sarthak Agarwal

Indian Institute of Management Lucknow

Presenting a paper in the 'Dev Econ - Health' track on 29th Aug (18:00). I am a fourth year PhD student at Indian Institute of Management Lucknow, India. I am interested in applied economics research in Development economics, health, gender, and education.

Josefa Aguirre

Pontificia Universidad Católica

Farooq Ahmad

SKEMA Business School

Amirreza Ahmadzadeh

Toulouse School of Economics

Phd student, Toulouse school of economics.

Achim Ahrens

ETH Zürich

Florencia Airaudo

Universidad Carlos III

Marco Airaudo

Shekhar Aiyar


Prottoy Aman Akbar

Aalto University

Elif Cansu Akoguz

KU Leuven

I am a 3rd year PhD candidate at KU Leuven with research interests spanning digital economy, data economics, financial technologies and regulation.

Cevat Giray Aksoy

EBRD and King's College London

Sule Alan

European University Institute

Juho Alasalmi

David Albrecht

Maastricht University

I am a behavioral economist interested in interdisciplinary research on group and individual decision-making. In particular, I explore topics such as collective intelligence, forecasting and individual preferences through economic experiments and empirical analysis.

Currently, I am completing my PhD in "Human Decisions and Policy Design" at Maastricht University.

Daniel Albuquerque

Bank of England

Research Economist at the Bank of England, PhD Econ at LSE.

Iñaki Aldasoro

Bank for International Settlements

Livia Alfonsi

Harvard Business School

Jean-Victor Alipour

LMU Munich

Treb Allen

Dartmouth College & NBER

Miguel Alquezar Yus

CUNEF Universidad

Lukas Altermatt

University of Essex

Markus Althanns

ETH Zurich

Steffen Altmann

Hohenheim University

Adam Altmejd

Stockholm University

Noriko Amano-Patino

University of Cambridge

Gene Ambrocio

Bank of Finland

Michihito Ando

Rikkyo University

I am an Associate Professor of Economics at Rikkyo University.
My primary research focuses on public economics, social welfare policies, and applied econometrics. I am keenly interested in the evolution and formation of social welfare and local public finance systems in modern and contemporary Japan, and their impact on people's lives and societal structures.

Mark Andor

RWI - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research

Michele Andreolli

Boston College

Pasha Andreyanov

HSE, Moscow

Georgios Angelis

Aix-Marseille University, AMSE

Yair Antler

Tel Aviv University

Pol Antràs

Harvard University & NBER

Jose Apesteguia

Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Enriqueta Aragonès

Yoichi Arai

Waseda University

Esther Arenas Arroyo

Vienna University of Economics and Business

Mariia Artemova

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Elisabeth Artmann

Institute for Employment Research

Abigail Opokua Asare

Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg

Hossein Asgharian

Lund University

Richard Audoly

Volha Audzei

Czech National Bank

Victor Augias

Sciences Po

Elisabetta Aurino

University of Barcelona

Monika Avila Marquez

University of Geneva

Antonio Avila-Uribe

London School of Economics

I'm an enthusiastic economist, and I focus my work on researching the economic effects of air pollution, environmental conditions, and their related public policies. I have studied Economics at UPF (Bc.) and at TSE (MSc.) and a MSc in Social Data Science at LSE.

My main research interests involve...
-Environmental policies' economic effects and strategic regulator behaviour.
-The effects of air pollution on income and labour outcomes.
-The effects of climate change

Alaitz Ayarza

University of the Basque Country

I am applied labor economist working on gender, migration and education economics. In my work, I combine original survey data collection on subjective expectations with other survey and administrative datasets.

Mykola Babiak

Lancaster University Management School

Philippe Bacchetta

University of Lausanne

Alexander Back

Hanken School of Economics

I am a doctoral student studying finance with an emphasis on statistics. My thesis is mainly concerned with estimation and inference of GARCH- and stochastic volatility models. On a broad level, my main interests in the field of statistics are time series analysis (both in the classical and state space frameworks), causal inference and machine learning methods with applications in finance and economics. In finance, I am interested in asset- and option pricing.

Antoine Baena

Luca Bagnato

UCLA Anderson

Guo Mia Bai

University College London

Clare Balboni


Fabian Bald

European University Viadrina

I'm tenure-track Juniorprofessor ("Assistant Professor") for Regional and Urban Economics at the European University Viadrina.
I work on topics in the field of Regional and Urban Economics.

Isaac Baley

Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Isaac Baley is an Associate Professor at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, an Associated Researcher at CREI, and an Affiliated Professor at the Barcelona School of Economics. He is also a Research Affiliate of CEPR. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from New York University. His research aims to understand the impact of micro-level frictions - imperfect information, adjustment costs, and search - for macroeconomic outcomes. He received the EEA Award for Exceptional Teaching and an ERC grant.

Benedikt Ballensiefen

University of St. Gallen / World Bank Group

My primary research interests are asset pricing, monetary policy, and market microstructure.

Albert Banal-Estanol

Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Nicolò Bandera

Bank of England

Anton Barabasch

University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Marco Bardoscia

Bank of England

Francesca Barigozzi

University of Bologna

Francesco Barilari

Trinity College Dublin

Santiago Barraza

ESCP Business School

Daniel M. A. Barreto

Sciences Po

Hi! I am an economic theorist working on topics in information economics and behavioral economics. I have recently finished my Ph.D. at Sciences Po and from September onwards I will be an Assistant Professor at the University of Amsterdam.

Laura Barros

University of Goettingen

Maren Bartels

University of Lucerne

Björn Bartling

University of Zurich

Louiza Bartzoka

Imperial College London

I’m a PhD candidate in Finance at Imperial College Business School. My research interests are in household finance and heterogeneous agents, with a particular focus on consumption, borrowing constraints and expectations.

Jacopo Bassetto