On job market

Rossa O'Keeffe-O'Donovan

University of Oxford

I am a Postdoctoral Prize Research Fellow in Economics at Nuffield College and the Assistant Director of the Global Priorities Institute at the University of Oxford. I completed my PhD in Economics at the University of Pennsylvania in May 2017.

Cian O'Neill

Bank of England

Cian is a Senior Economist at the Bank of England working in the Stress Testing Strategy Division. Previously he has worked on developing the BoE’s macroprudential framework and strategy, as well as analysis on financial market infrastructure. His research focus is on financial stability and macroprudential policy topics, with a particular interest in GDP-at-Risk and the impact of policy on the real economy. Prior to joining the Bank of England in 2013, Cian obtained his MPhil degree in Economics at the University of Cambridge and his Undergraduate degree at Trinity College Dublin.

Adrian Obrist

ETH Zurich

I am a PhD student focusing on the field of applied microeconomics at ETH Zurich. My research examines the choice of energy-consuming durables and analyzes energy efficiency based on economic foundations. I have been part of several research projects funded by the Swiss government as well as the European Union. My undergraduate degree consists of a BSc in Mechanical Engineering and a MSc in Management, Technology, and Economics from ETH Zurich.

Filippo Occhino

Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Filippo Occhino is a senior research economist in the Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. His primary areas of interest are macroeconomics and financial stability. His recent research has focused on monetary policy, fiscal policy and macroeconomic effects of financial distortions. Before joining the Bank in 2008, Dr. Occhino was an assistant professor of economics at Rutgers University. Dr. Occhino earned a bachelor’s and a master’s degree from Bocconi University of Milan, and a PhD in economics from the University of Chicago.

Nils Ohlendorf

MCC Berlin

Nils Ohlendorf is a researcher at the Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC Berlin), focusing on distributional impacts of carbon pricing, carbon price expectations and the political economy of energy transitions. He holds a M.Sc in Public Economics from the Freie Universität Berlin and a B.Sc.in Industrial Engineering from the University of Kassel. Previously he worked for the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW), the German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ) and for Green Budget Germany (FÖS).

Rigas Oikonomou


Rigas Oikonomou is professor of economics at the University of Louvain and part time faculty member at the University of Surrey. He completed his PhD at the London School of Economics in 2010. Prior to joining Louvain and Surrey he worked at the London Business School, the HEC Montreal and the Universitat Autonoma Barcelona. Rigas works on various topics in theoretical and applied Macroeconomics. His research has been published in journals such as the Review of Economic Studies, the Economic Journal and the Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control.

Tommaso Oliviero

University of Naples Federico II and CSEF

Tommaso Oliviero is Senior Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Naples Federico II. From 2013 to 2016 he was Unicredit Foscolo Europe Research Fellow at CSEF. In 2014 he obtained the PhD in economics at the European University Institute (Florence). He spent research visiting periods at the Cass Business School (London) and the Wharton Business School (Philadelphia) and the Bicocca University (Milan), and was recently awarded a research fellowships to conduct research projects at the INPS (Rome) and the BIS (Basel).

Elisabet Olme

Gothenburg University

I'm an Assistant Professor at the University of Gothenburg. I received my PhD in economics from Stockholm University in 2019. My main research interests are economics of education and labor economics. The first strand of my research focuses on the consequences of school choice, e.g. how school choice impacts school segregation and how parents react to information about schools in their choice set. The second strand of my research focus on the impact of various kinds of labor market policies.

Conny Olovsson

Sveriges Riksbank

Conny's research interests include public finance, asset pricing, economic growth and climate economics.

Ali Onder

University of Portsmouth