Ivan Jaccard is a senior economist in the research department of the European Central Bank.
Tomáš JagelkaUniversity of Bonn
Tomáš Jagelka is a postdoc at the University of Bonn with a visiting appointment at the CEHD at the University of Chicago. His research focuses on improving the measurement of preferences and skills using structural econometric methods. The objective is to identify the number and nature of skills required to adequately characterize human potential. Tomáš received his Ph.D. from École Polytechnique in 2019 and his B.A. from Dartmouth College in 2011. His work was recognized by the AFSE (Best PhD in economics defended in France in 2019) and by the IAAE (Best paper presented by a PhD student).
Philipp JägerRWI - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research
Philipp Jäger joined the RWI's research department „Macroeconomics and Public Finance” in 2014. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the Ruhr University of Bochum (2019). Prior to that, he studied Business and Economics (B.Sc.) in Leipzig and Maynooth (Ireland) as well as International Economics (M.A.) in Göttingen and Seoul. His research focuses on the long-run causes and consequences of demographic change.
Egle JakucionyteBank of Lithuania and Vilnius University
Jos JansenAarhus University
Jos Jansen is Associate Professor at Aarhus University (Denmark). His research interests are in the areas of industrial organization and regulatory economics, contract theory and incentives, and economic growth and development. Current research analyzes the microeconomics of innovation, information acquisition and aggregation in imperfectly competitive markets, and incentive regulation of network industries. Before moving to Denmark, Jos acquired research and teaching experience from working in the Netherlands, Germany, Italy and the UK.
Kristy JansenTilburg University
Kristy is a fourth year PhD Candidate at Tilburg University and affiliated with the Dutch Central Bank. Her research focuses on the trading behavior of long-term investors. In particular, she studies how regulation affects investment decisions and how these decisions subsequently influence asset prices. Kristy earned a Bachelor’s degree in Econometrics, a Master’s degree in Quantitative Finance and Actuarial Science, and a Research Master’s degree in Finance from Tilburg University.
Petr JanskýCharles University, Prague
Petr Janský is an economist with an interest in public finance, tax havens and international development. Petr is an associate professor and head of department of European economic integration and economic policy at Prague's Charles University, with degrees from there and University of Oxford. Petr publishes in journals such as Economic Geography and International Tax and Public Finance and has an Oxford University Press book. Petr cooperates with the European Parliament or the United Nations.
Aljoscha JanssenSingapore Management University
My main field of research is applied microeconomics with a particular focus on industrial organization and health economics. My current work is related to topics of demand estimation for pharmaceutical products as well as pharmaceutical pricing. Further, I am interested in the intersection of behavioral economics and IO. In the presented paper I investigate the role of pharmacies in the opioid epidemic.
Stefan JaspersenUniversity of Cologne
Stefan Jaspersen is Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Finance at the University of Cologne and member of the Centre for Financial Research (CFR). He received his Ph.D. in Finance from the University of Cologne for his dissertation on "Information Advantages in the Mutual Fund Industry". His research focuses on empirical asset pricing, with a particular focus on mutual funds, and behavioral finance.