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Fernando Eguren-Martin

Bank of England

Fernando is a Senior Research Economist at the Bank of England's International Directorate, and a PhD candidate in economics at Oxford University (Mansfield College). His research interests include international macroeconomics and international finance. His work has been published in the Journal of Financial Intermediation and the Journal of International Money and Finance.

Laura Ehrmantraut

University of Bonn

I am a PhD student at the Graduate School of Economics at the University of Bonn and a student fellow at the Cluster of Excellence: ECONtribute and the Collaborative Research Center Transregio 224. My broader research interests lie in the field of applied microeconomics. More specifically, I am interested in the area of education, labor economics, behavioral economics and public economics.

Godstime Eigbiremolen

University of Nigeria

I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Economics at the University of Nigeria, a Research Fellow at the Global Labour Organisation, and an Associate Fellow at the UK's Higher Education Academy. I hold a PhD in Economics from the University of Kent (awarded in 2020), an MSc in Development Economics from the University of Sussex, and a BSc in Economics from the University of Nigeria. My research interests include education and labour economics, development economics (poverty, inequality, health, early childhood development), and behavioural economics.

Mette Ejrnæs

Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen

Mette Ejrnæs is Professor at the department of Economics, University of Copenhagen. Her work lies within the field of applied micro econometrics and focuses on topics such as unemployment insurance, income/earning processes, consumption and fertility with a life cycle framework, wage and child well-being. Her work has been published in the Journal of Political Economy, Economic Journal, Review of Economics and Review of Economics and Statistics.

Reinhard Ellwanger

Bank of Canada

Reinhard Ellwanger is a Senior Economist in the International Economic Analysis department at the Bank of Canada. He received a Ph.D. from the European University Institute in Florence.

Snezana Eminidou

University of Innsbruck

Julian Emmler

Humboldt-University Berlin

My name is Julian Emmler is a PhD candidate at Humboldt-University Berlin. I studied Economics at the University of Cologne and Trinity College Dublin (Bachelor) as well as at Humboldt-University Berlin and University of Toronto (Master). I'm a member of the CRC “Rationality and Competition” and a Research Assistant at the Chair of Econometrics at Humboldt-University Berlin. My research is concerned with Labor Economics, especially individual outcomes of regional mobility and job loss expectations, with a focus on East and West Germany in the years after reunification.

Jacint Enrich-Moya

Toulouse School of Economics (TSE)

PhD candidate at Toulouse School of Economics (TSE). Broadly interested in Environmental and Development Economics, with a focus on agriculture.

Raphael Epperson

University of Mannheim

Raphael is a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at the University of Mannheim, where he also obtained his Bachelor of Science (2015) and Master of Science (2018). During his studies, he spent one semester at the National University of Singapore, worked as a research assistant at the Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research, and served as a teaching assistant. His main research fields are Behavioral, Experimental, and Environmental Economics.

Andrey Ermolov

Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University

Andrey Ermolov is an economist working in the areas of asset pricing, macro finance, and financial econometrics. He received his PhD from Columbia Business School. His research has won multiple awards, including the WFA Cubist Systematic Strategies PhD Candidate Award for Outstanding Research; has been presented at leading economics and finance conferences, such as the NBER Summer Institute; and has been published in top field journals, such as the Journal of Econometrics.