António AntunesBanco de Portugal
António Antunes holds a degree in telecommunications engineering from Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal, and a PhD in economics from Nova SBE, Portugal. From 2002 on he served at Banco de Portugal’s Economics and Research Department, where he currently serves as deputy head. He has been a member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the ECB since 2014. António’s research interests include empirical and quantitative macro and financial intermediation. His research has been published in the Journal of the EEA, Journal of Monetary Economics, Review of Economic Dynamics, among others.
Calin ArcaleanESADE, Ramon Llull University
I am an Associate Professor of Economics at ESADE Business School in Barcelona and a CESifo Research Fellow. I am currently interested in the dynamic implications of fiscal competition and structural change at different levels of aggregation. I have also written on the political economy of public education spending and regional development. My research has been published in Journal of Public Economics, Economic Inquiry, Social Choice and Welfare and Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control.
Gabriel Arce-AlfaroRuhr Graduate School In Economics
Gabriel Arce-Alfaro is a PhD candidate at the Ruhr Graduate School in Economics and University of Duisburg-Essen. His research interests include monetary economics, applied macroeconomics and Bayesian methods. During his PhD, he has also been a research assistant at the RWI Leibniz Institute for Economic Research. He holds an MSc in Economics from the University of Essex and an MSc in Economics with a Major in Macroeconomics and International Economics from the University of Konstanz, he obtained his undergraduate degree from the National University of Costa Rica where worked as a researcher after completing his studies.
Alina ArefevaUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin School of Business
Alina Arefeva is an Assistant Professor of Real Estate at the Wisconsin School of Business. Prior to that, she taught at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. Her research focus is the impact of microstructure, institutions, and policies on real estate and financial markets. Alina was born in Turkmenistan. She earned her BA and MA in Economics from Higher School of Economics (HSE) and MA in Economics New Economic School (NES) in Moscow, and her Ph.D. in Economics at Stanford University.
Manuel Arellano is a professor of economics at CEMFI in Madrid. Prior to that, he worked at the University of Oxford and the London School of Economics. He is a fellow of the Econometric Society and a foreign honorary member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He is a former editor of the Review of Economic Studies. He has been president of the Econometric Society, president of the European Economic Association, and president of the Spanish Economic Association. He has published research papers on topics in econometrics and labour economics, in particular on the analysis of panel data. He currently serves as a member of the ERC Scientific Council.
Filippo ArigoniBank of Slovenia
Roc ArmenterFederal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Roc Armenter was born in Barcelona in 1976. After completing a B.A. and a M.A. in Economics at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, he obtained his Ph.D. in Economics from Northwestern University. He also collaborated with several published and radio media in Spain. He started his professional career in 2004 as an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York until 2008. He is currently a vice president and economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, where he leads the Monetary and Macroeconomics section.
Yavuz ArslanBank for International Settlements
Yavuz has been working for the BIS since 2015. Before, he worked for the Central Bank of Turkey, first as an economist and then as the deputy head of the Research and Monetary Policy Department. He has a PhD from the University of Rochester and a Bachelor of Chemistry from Bilkent University in Turkey. His research focuses on macroeconomics, housing and mortgage markets, monetary policy, and financial stability.
Jose AsturiasGeorgetown University
Richard AudolyNorwegian School of Economics
I'm an Assistant Professor at the Norwegian School of Economics. My research interests are in macro, labor, and search.