Sigurd Mølster GalaasenNorges Bank
Arthur GalichèreUniversity of Glasgow
Arthur Galichère is a PhD candidate in Economics at the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow. He specialises in macroeconomics and asset pricing. His research focuses on asset price bubbles, macroeconomic policies and financial stability. He designs theoretical models and applies empirical methods to evaluate the effects of bubbles on the economy and provide policy recommendations. His current project focuses on the Bayesian estimation of a DSGE model with stock market bubbles and nominal rigidities. Galichère holds a BSc and an MSc in Economics and Management from the University of Caen (2015) and an MRes in Economics from the University of Glasgow (2017).
Joao Galindo da FonsecaUniversity of Montreal
I am an Assistant Professor at University of Montreal. My research interests lie within the fields of Macroeconomics and Labor Economics, with a focus in combining macro models with empirical analysis.
David GallusserUniversity of Basel
I am PhD candidate at the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Basel. My research interests focus on economic inequality and econometric decomposition methods. I hold a M.Sc. in Economics from the University of Bern and a M.A. in Political Science from the University of Zurich.
Julio GalvezBank of Spain
Pauline GandreUniversity Paris Nanterre/EconomiX
Pauline Gandre is an Assistant Professor of Economics at University Paris Nanterre and EconomiX. Her main research interests include financial macroeconomics, expectation formation and financial regulation.
Gergely GanicsCentral Bank of Hungary, Corvinus University of Budapest
I am a senior researcher at the Central Bank of Hungary, and an assistant professor at the Corvinus University of Budapest. My research focuses on econometrics, in particular macroeconometrics and forecasting. I completed my PhD in Economics at UPF (Barcelona) in 2017, then joined the Bank of Spain where I spent more than 2 years as a researcher.
Bertrand GarbintiBanque de France
Bertrand Garbinti is a senior researcher at the Bank of France and a research fellow at CREST, INED and WIL. His main research interests are in public economics and economics of the family.
Pilar Garcia-GomezErasmus University Rotterdam
Dr. Pilar García-Gómez is an Associate professor at Erasmus School of Economics. Her main research is in the area of health and labor economics. She is interested in the causal effect of job conditions, and labor market and social policies on health, earnings and other individual and family outcomes, as well as the effect of ill health on the employment and income of the sick persons and their family members. Her research has been published in Journal of Human Resources, Journal of Health Economics, and Labour Economics, among others. She is an associate editor of Health Economics.