On job market

Vladimir Zabolotskiy

University of Bologna; Higher School of Economics ICSID

Vladimir is a Ph.D. student at the University of Bologna and a junior researcher at the HSE ICSID. He holds his MA in Economics from the Higher School of Economics and the University of Luxembourg and he is Economist Club Luxembourg and Prix Germain Dondelinger prize-winner for the best Master's thesis. Vladimir's research interests revolve around the determinants of socioeconomic preferences, norms, and values, and how these are affected by historical shocks.

Marios Zachariadis

University of Cyprus

Marios Zachariadis is a professor at the Department of Economics of the University of Cyprus specializing in macroeconomics, international economics and economic growth. He received his Ph.D. from the Ohio State University in 2000. He has published in some of the leading journals of economics such as the American Economic Review and the Journal of International Economics. His recent work focuses on the formation and impact of economic expectations, and on talent misallocation in the macroeconomy

Riccardo Zago

Banque de France

I am a macro-labor economist. My research studies the effects of technological change on the labor market, mobility and the allocation of human capital.

Diego Zambiasi

University College Dublin

Diego Zambiasi is a PhD candidate in Economics at University College Dublin. He specializes in the economic and social consequences of illicit drug policies. Diego holds a BA in Philosophy from the University of Milan, a Masters in Public Policy from the Free University of Bolzano and a Masters in Economics from the University of the Basque Country.

Leopold Zessner-Spitzenberg

University of Vienna

PhD at the University of Vienna 2020; Postdoc at Humboldt University, Berlin starting Fall 2020

Lichen Zhang

University of Minnesota; University of Hong Kong

Lichen Zhang is currently a PhD candidate in economics at the University of Minnesota and a research analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. She will join the University of Hong Kong as an Assistant Professor of Economics in summer 2020. Her research interest lies in macroeconomics with a particular focus on heterogeneous agents and firm dynamics, both empirically and theoretically. Her papers attempt to contribute to the research agenda that centers on using micro data to inform aggregate quantitative structural models, emphasizing the link between micro-level heterogeneity—especially firm heterogeneity—and macro- level outcomes.

Yaoyuan Zhang

The University of Hong Kong

Hello! I am a 1st year PhD student in The University of Hong Kong. My research interests span asset pricing, macro-finance interaction.

Haiping Zhang

University of Auckland

Haiping Zhang joined the Department of Economics at the University of Auckland in July 2016. Prior to this, he held positions as assistant professor of economics at Singapore Management University and research fellow at Bonn University. Haiping received his PhD in Economics from Bonn University in Germany. His research focuses on International Macroeconomics and Trade, Financial Development and Structural Changes.

Sophie Zhou

Tilburg University

Dianzhuo Zhu

University of Paris-Dauphine, PSL

I obtained my Ph.D. at University of Paris-Dauphine, PSL. The three papers in my thesis aim at understanding ridesharing behavior using empirical data. I collaborated with a French ridesharing start-up and conducted two field experiments on monetary and non-monetary motivations of drivers for daily trips in rural areas. I have also been collecting long-distance, inter-city ridesharing data of BlaBlaCar, the largest ridesharing platform in Europe, via its API. My latest working paper analyzes the impact of the 2018 French railway strike on ridesharing. In general, I am interested in the digital economy, sharing economy platforms, behavioral and experimental economics, empirical IO, and transportation economics. I will start my post-doc at PSL to continue working on transportation user data and regulatory issues in September 2020. I will be on the job market next fall.