Eliana La FerraraBocconi University, Milan
Lukáš LafférsMatej Bel University
I am an assistant professor at the Department of Mathematics of the Faculty of Natural Sciences at the Matej Bel University in Banska Bystrica, Slovakia.I defended my PhD thesis in Economics at NHH - Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen in 2014. My research interests lie mainly within the areas of econometrics, partial identification, causal inference and labor economics.
Abderhman LamfaddelUniversité de Cergy Pontoise
Fanny LandaudNorwegian school of economics
Fanny Landaud received her Ph.D. in Economics from the Paris School of Economics in 2018, and she is now Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Norwegian School of Economics. Fanny’s main areas of interest include labor, education, and family economics. She is currently studying the effects of a more selective schooling environment, the consequences of enrollment in higher education, the role of job security for family formation, and wealth accumulation.
Rasmus LandersøRockwool Foundation Research Unit
Rasmus Landersø is a senior researcher at the Rockwool Foundation Research Unit in Denmark. Rasmus has obtained his PhD in Economics from Aarhus University. He has also been a visiting scholar at the University of Chicago, and he is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Human Capital. Rasmus’ research covers both intergenerational mobility, welfare policies and the role of the public sector, inequality, skill formation, and spillovers in criminal behavior.
Martin LangeZEW Mannheim
Martin Lange works at ZEW Mannheim's Research Department “Labour Markets and Human Resources” since September 2015. He obtained a PhD in economics at Goethe University Frankfurt. His research interests include applied microeconometrics and empirical labour market research, in particular the economics of migration and the economics of crime.
Francois LangotLe Mans University
F. Langot has been a full professor since 1996 and works at Le Mans University and Paris School of Economics. F. Langot's research is centered on the analysis of macroeconomic dynamics, with particular attention paid to employment, labor market trajectories and inequalities. This led him to assess the impact of institutions and their changes on these indicators. He has also devoted a lot of work on the evaluation of policy reforms using estimated or calibrated dynamic models on data from various countries.
Kieran LarkinIIES, Stockholm University
I am a Macroeconomist with a particular interest in the role of household heterogeneity. My research interests are in Macroeconomics, Consumption, Housing, Household Finance and Labor. I received my PhD from UCL in 2019.
Falk LaserTU Darmstadt
I am a 5th year PhD student at TU Darmstadt and Goethe University Frankfurt. My main research field is in empirical banking and empirical I.O. I am interested in how competition in banking evolved and what impact government interventions like bank bailout and merger control have. Also I want to learn how the banking business is likely to evolve with new digital competitiors and the prospect of a European market. Other research includes the role of currency reserve management for central banks.