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Katarzyna Bilicka

Utah State University

Katarzyna Bilicka is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Utah State University Jon M. Huntsman School of Business. She is also an International Research Fellow at the Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation. She obtained her PhD (DPhil) in June 2017 from the University of Oxford and Nuffield College. She spent a year at the National Bureau of Economic Research as a Postdoctoral Fellow in Long Term Fiscal Policy. Her research fields are public economics and public finance with a focus on corporate tax avoidance.

Alvin Birdi

University of Bristol

Alvin Birdi is Professor of Economics Education and Associate Pro-Vice Chancellor for Education Innovation at the University of Bristol, UK. He is the Director of The Economics Network, a national body that trains lecturers and promotes innovative teaching practice in Economics, and was previously the director of Bristol's Institute for Learning and Teaching. He currently teaches environmental economics and an interdisciplinary online course on data methods for non-economists.

Laura Birg

University of Göttingen

Research interests: Industrial organization, health economics, environmental economics, international economics. Last position: Postdoc at Center for European, Governance, and Economic Development Research, University of Göttingen. PhD student at University of Kiel, Germany.

Pietro Biroli

University of Zurich

I am an assistant professor of Economics at the University of Zurich. I obtained my PhD in economics from the University of Chicago. My research focuses on the early origins and life cycle evolution of health and human capital. I explore the importance of genetics, family investment, and early childhood interventions in explaining health and economic inequality. More broadly, I am interested in Health Economics, Social Science Genomics, and Applied Econometrics.

Sylvia Blom

Cornell University

Sylvia Blom is a PhD candidate in applied economics at Cornell University. Her research focuses on issues in development, health, behavior, and nutrition especially in relation to climate change and urbanization. She previously worked at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the International Food Policy Research Institute.

Corina Boar

New York University

Corina Boar is Assistant Professor of Economics at NYU and a Faculty Research Fellow at the NBER. She holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Rochester. Prior to joining NYU, Corina Boar was a Postoctoral Research Associate at Princeton University. Corina Boar's research is in the field of macroeconomics. She uses both data analysis and quantitative models to understand the determinants of individuals' consumption-saving and labor market decisions, as well as ensuing implications for the evolution of macroeconomic aggregates, inequality and the effectiveness of government policies.

Filippo Boeri

London School of Economics

Leda Maria Bonazzi

University of Essex

I am a research assistant at the Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER) at the University of Essex. I have obtained my PhD from the DEFAP PhD Program of University of Milano- Bicocca (2019). My research interests lie primarily in the field of Microeconomic Theory with a focus on Industrial Organization and Contract Theory.

Jacopo Bonchi

LUISS Guido Carli and Sapienza University of Rome

I am currently a research fellow at LUISS Guido Carli. I hold a Ph.D. in Economics from the Sapienza University of Rome, and I completed my thesis during a visiting period at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF). I was previously a research fellow at the University of Pavia and Sapienza University of Rome and visiting researcher at the Bank of Estonia.

Timo Boppart

IIES, Stockholm University

Timo Boppart joined the IIES in January 2013. He obtained a PhD in economics from the University of Zurich. He is interested in macroeconomics in general and particularly in growth, distribution and development.