Luis Baldomero-QuintanaWilliam & Mary (starting August 2020)
Luis Baldomero-Quintana is an Assistant Professor at William & Mary (starting August 2020). He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Michigan and his B.A. in Economics from Tecnologico de Monterrey. His research interests lie in the intersection of international trade and development economics. Before his graduate studies, he worked in different government agencies in Mexico such as the Office of the President, the Ministry of Finance, and the Ministry of Communications and Transportation.
Oriana BandieraLondon School of Economics
Oriana Bandiera is the Sir Anthony Atkinson Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics, and a fellow of the British Academy, the Econometric Society, CEPR, BREAD and IZA. She is co-editor of Econometrica, vice-president of the European Economic Association, and director of the Gender, Growth and Labour Markets in Low-Income Countries (G²LM|LIC) programme. She serves on the council of the Econometric Society, on board of the International Growth Centre and as vice-president of the Collegio Carlo Alberto. Her research focuses on how monetary incentives and social relationships interact to shape individual choices within organisations, how this shapes labor markets, the allocation of talent and, ultimately, living standards. Her research has been awarded the IZA Young Labor Economist Prize (2008), the Carlo Alberto Medal (2011), the Ester Boserup Prize (2018) and the Yrjö Jahnsson Award(2019). At the LSE she teaches the undergraduate Development Economics course, for which she won a Student Union Award in 2020
Prasenjit BanerjeeUniversity of Manchester
I am a lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Economics at the University of Manchester, UK. I use applied game theory, behavioural economics, and experiments (lab and lab-in-the-field) in the field of development economics, environmental and resource economics, and political economy.
Zsofia BaranySciences Po
Zsofia Barany is a macroeconomist interested in economic growth, technological change and its impact on the labor market. A large part of her work aims at understanding the driving forces behind long-run trends in the evolution of labor market outcomes, such as inequality, or job polarization, taking into account individual heterogeneity.
Kristina Barauskaite GriskevicieneISM University of Management and Economics and Bank of Lithuania
I am a PhD candidate in Economics at the ISM University of Management and Economics in Vilnius, Lithuania and the Economist-Researcher at the Bank of Lithuania. My research mainly focuses on the production networks and the role of network channel in propagating shocks, both micro and macro, to the macroeconomic level. Currently I am a summer intern at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) where my research project focuses on the US-China trade tensions and shifts in GVCs.
Cristina BarcelóBanco de España
Cristina Barceló works at the Banco de España since 2003. There she is in charge of imputing the Spanish Survey of Household Finances (in Spanish, Encuesta Financiera de las Familias, EFF) since the first wave. She completed her PhD in Economics at CEMFI and Universidad Complutense in Madrid. Her research and policy work focus on labour economics and household finance with particular concern on precautionary savings, borrowing constraints, housing, the risk of job loss and household formation.
Andrés Barrios FernándezCentre for Economic Performance (LSE) and VATT Institute for Economic Research
I am a Senior Researcher at VATT and an Associate in the Centre for Economic Performance. I completed my Ph.D. at the Department of Economics of LSE. My research interests cover topics on labor and public economics.
Cyprien BatutParis School of Economics
Michael BauerUniversität Hamburg
Since February 2020 Michael Bauer is a professor of financial economics at Universität Hamburg. Previously he was an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco from 2010 to 2020. His research focuses on macro-finance, monetary policy and the term structure of interest rates.
Anja BauerInstitute for Employment Research, Nuremberg, Germany
Anja Bauer studied at the University Erlangen-Nuremberg. Afterwards she joined the Institute for Employment Research (IAB, Nuremberg, Germany) and completed her PhD in 2015. Currently, she is senior researcher at the department of forecasts and macroeconomic analyses and since 2019 head of the working group occupations. In her research, she focuses on search and matching, mismatch and the role of occupations therein.