On job market

Philip Nadler

Imperial College London

Philip is a final year PhD candidate at Imperial College in the Department of Computing. His research is at the intersection of econometrics and computer science with a particular interest in the combination of econometric methodology and machine learning to improve high-dimensional inference. His broader research interests lie in the fields of data assimilation, machine learning, high dimensional time series analysis, financial econometrics and deep learning.

Sadao Nagaoka

Tokyo Keizai University

Dr. Sadao Nagaoka is a Professor of economics at Tokyo Keizai University (Japan) and the Program Director for research on Innovation in the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI). He was a professor at the Institute of Innovation Research of Hitotsubashi University (Japan) and was its head. He worked in the MITI, the World Bank and in the OECD. He has been an economic advisor for the JPO and was a member of the Economic and Scientific Advisory Board of the EPO. He has a Ph.D. in Economics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Markus Nagler

University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

I am an assistant professor of economics at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. I am further affiliated with CESifo and LASER. My main research interests are labor economics, the economics of education, and the economics of innovation. I hold a doctoral degree from LMU Munich and a Master’s degree in economics from University College London. During my PhD, I visited the Harvard Kennedy School and the MIT Department of Economics. I have also visited the NBER and Boston University.

Anton Nakov


I am a Senior Economist at the European Central Bank, Affiliate of the Centre for Economic Policy Research, and Member of the Advisory Council of the Society for Computational Economics. Previously Staff Economist at the Bank of Spain and at the Board of Governors of the US Federal Reserve System. I specialize in macroeconomic research with a focus on business cycles, inflation, and the role of central banks in shaping macroeconomic outcomes. My interests include standard and non-standard monetary policy measures, the effects of decision costs on retail and asset pricing, and the interplay between oil markets and the macroeconomy.

Yusuke Narita

Yale University

Yusuke Narita is an Assistant Professor at Yale University and a Visiting Assistant Professor at Stanford University. His research involves studying education and labor policy topics using a variety of methods such as causal inference, machine learning, economic theory, and structural econometric modeling. His work has been published in journals including Econometrica, AAAI (Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence), American Economic Review, and Management Science. He obtained a Ph.D. from MIT.

Angelina Nazarova

University of Bologna, Italy

Angelina Nazarova is a 3rd year PhD Student at the University of Bologna and a research fellow at the Institute of Advanced Studies. Her main research interests lie in Development Economics, Culture and Economic History. One of her projects explores the ethnic roots of individual risk attitudes by focusing on nomadic cultural traits which persisted through the generations and associated with higher degree of risk-taking behavior. Two other projects focus on the process of nation building in Central Asia and on the influence of farm’s structure on girls’ discrimination in intrahousehold spending in agricultural sector of Tajikistan.
Born and raised in Uzbekistan, Angelina has earned her BSc (Hons) in Economics with Finance from the University of Westminster. She received Best Economics Project Award for her BSc thesis regarding the impact of microfinance on food diversity. Angelina completed her MSc Economics majoring in Macroeconomics and International Economics at the University of Konstanz, Germany. Her MSc thesis about the effect of family planning on the long-term child outcomes was recognized and received the highest grade upon completion.

Milan Nedeljkovic


Milan Nedeljkovic (PhD, University of Warwick) is Associate Professor at FEFA, Metropolitan University and a Research Affiliate at CESifo. His research interests are in econometrics and international finance.

Plamen Nenov

BI Norwegian Business School

Frikk Nesje

University of Copenhagen

I am an Assistant professor (Tenure-track) at the University of Copenhagen. My research and teaching interests are primarily within resource and environmental economics. I am also interested in welfare economics and game theory. My PhD is from the University of Oslo. I have previously been at Heidelberg University.

Thomas Neuber

University of Bonn

I am a Ph.D. candidate at the Bonn Graduate School of Economics with a broad interest in applied microeconomics and empirical methodology. Most of my research concerns behavioral mechanisms underlying cooperative and other-regarding behavior. I conduct experiments in the lab or online, and I work with survey data. I will be on the job market in 2020/21.