Christian HaasJustus Liebig University Giessen
Christian Haas is a PhD candidate in economics and teaching associate at Justus Liebig University Giessen (JLU). His research interests lie in the fields of environmental economics and long-term economic development. His current work focuses on the role of financial markets in the process of decoupling economic activity and carbon emissions.
He studied Business Administration (B.A.) and Economics (B.A. and M.Sc.) at JLU. He was visiting research fellow at Brown University and visiting lecturer at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM). He published in The Energy Journal.
Florian HaelgETH Zurich
I am a researcher at KOF Swiss Economic Institute at ETH in Zurich and interested in international economics and public finance. In particular, I study how globalisation exterts pressure on domestic governments when designing social policies.
Niklas HaeusleUniversity St. Gallen
Niklas Häusle is a PhD student at the University St. Gallen and project manager at the Institute of Insurance Economics (IVW-HSG). His research interests lie on the intersection of insurance economics, labor economics and industrial organization. He received a MSc in Business Economics from the University of Ulm, Germany.
Flavio HafnerUniversitat Pompeu Fabra
I am finishing my PhD at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, and I empirically study the causes of inequalities in the labor market.
Jonathan HallUniversity of Toronto
Jonathan Hall is an applied microeconomist at the University of Toronto, with appointments in the Department of Economics and Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. His research focuses on urban transportation, and his recent work has addressed how to design road tolls and the effects of new transportation technologies.
I am an associate professor at School of Political Science, Waseda University in Tokyo. I also serve as an associate editor at Macroeconomic Dynamics. I hold a Master in International Economics from the University of Paris 1 and PhD. in Economics from the University of Rennes 1. I work on issues related to international finance, international macroeconomics and international trade.
Christoph HambelGoethe University Frankfurt
I am a postdoctoral researcher at Goethe University Frankfurt (Finance Department). I am generally interested in portfolio optimization, asset pricing and climate finance. In particular, I study dynamic asset allocation under adversity (e.g., biometric risk, transaction costs, incomplete markets). Furthermore, I work on optimal carbon abatement and its implications for asset pricing.
Daniel HamermeshBarnard College and IZA
Hamermesh, Distinguished Scholar Barnard College and Network Director IZA, Fellow of the Econometric Society and Past President of SOLE, has published over 100 refereed papers in scholarly journals, concentrating on time use, labor demand, discrimination, academic labor markets and unusual applications (beauty, sleep and suicide). His Labor Demand, was published in 1993, Beauty Pays in 2011, and Spending Time in 2019.
Olle HammarUppsala University
I am a PhD Student at the Department of Economics at Uppsala University. I am also affiliated with the Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Uppsala Center for Fiscal Studies, Uppsala Center for Labor Studies, Uppsala Immigration Lab and the Association of Swedish Development Economists. My main research interests are inequality, development and public economics.