Jana CahlikovaMax Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance
Jana Cahlikova is a postoctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance in Munich. She received her Ph.D. from CERGE-EI in Prague in 2016. Jana is a behavioral and experimental economist. In her research, Jana focuses mainly on the dark side of human social behavior, such as hostility, discrimination, and behavior under acute stress. She runs economic experiments in various countries to study how social environment affects these types of choices.
I am an economist who uses tools from search theory in labor economics and industrial organizations to model the interactions between political agents and estimate the effects of frictions in the political markets on political outcomes. I use both structural and reduced-form methods in my empirical work. I completed my PhD at the University of Virginia in 2018. Since then, I have been working as an Assistant Professor of Economics at Bogazici University in Istanbul.
Raphael CalelGeorgetown University
Sebastian Camarero GarciaCentre for European Economic Research (ZEW Mannheim) and University of Mannheim
Sebastian holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland. After gaining professional experience as an analyst at the Deutsche Bundesbank and at Deutsche Bank Research in Frankfurt am Main, he successfully completed the master’s programme in economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Subsequently, he received a second master’s degree in economic research from the University of Mannheim in 2016. In the academic year 2015/16, Sebastian successfully completed the PhD field course sequence in the economics department of the University of California at Berkeley. From 2017 to summer 2020, he has successfully completed his doctoral dissertation in the fields of Labour Economics and Public Finance at University of Mannheim. For this purpose, he was spending the first half of 2018 as a visiting research student at LSE’s economics department and at the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP). He has been a scholarship holder of the German National Merit Foundation and the Cusanuswerk. Since 2017, he has been a researcher at the Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW Mannheim).
Andrea CanidioIMT Lucca and INSEAD
I'm assistant professor of Economics at IMT School for Advanced Studies in Lucca (Italy), where I teach Microeconomic Theory to PhD students. I'm also fellow of the Stone research center at INSEAD, Fontainebleau (France), where I teach Game Theory to MBA students. My research interests are political economy, innovation and entrepreneurship, contracts and organizations, development economics.
Alexander CappelenNHH Norwegian School of Economics
Alexander W. Cappelen is a professor of economics at the Department of Economics at NHN Norwegian School of Economics. He is co-director of the research group The Choice Lab and deputy director of the research center FAIR. He has worked in the fields of experimental and behavioral economics, with a focus on attitudes to economic inequality and the role of fairness considerations.
André CasalisEuropean Central Bank; University of York
Alessandro CastagnettiWarwick University
I am a PhD Candidate in Economics at the University of Warwick. In fall 2018 I visited the Center for Experimental Social Science (CESS) at New York University. My research interests are Behavioral and Experimental Economics. In particular, I work on two broad areas. First, I am interested in overconfidence and the role played by motivated beliefs. Second, I study the role of emotions in decision-making and strategic interactions.