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David Pérez-Castrillo

Marco Paccagnella


I am currently an analyst in the OECD Directorate for Education and Skills, where he have worked on PIAAC (the Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies) for the past six years. Before joining the OECD, I was an economist at the Bank of Italy for five years. My research interests are in labour economics and in the economics of education. I am currently working on age rank effects, the evolution of gender gaps in cognitive skills over students' school years, and on how log files can complement information from standardised assessments. I hold a PhD in Economics from Bocconi University and a MSc in Economics from the LSE.

Alessia Paccagnini

University College Dublin

I am currently a tenured academic at the University College Dublin School of Business and a research associate at CAMA. In my career, I have several research and teaching positions at: Bicocca Univesity, EUI, ECB, University of Pennsylvania, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Bank of England, National Bank of Poland, IMT Lucca, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, and Bocconi University where I earned my Ph.D.. My research includes Macroeconometrics, Forecasting, and Applied Macroeconomics. I am currently editor of the open-access international peer-review journal, Forecasting.

Davide Domenico Pace

Univerisity of Amsterdam - CREED

My research field is Behavioral Economics with a focus on motivated beliefs and sustainable consumption.
I am a PhD candidate at CREED the Center for Research in Experimental Economics and Political Decision Making of the University of Amsterdam under the supervision of Joël van der Weele.

Elisa Palagi

Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies

Elisa Palagi is an Italian-Norwegian third year Ph.D. student in Economics at Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa, Italy. Her research is focused on income inequality, and it is both empirical and theoretical. She is currently working on identifying potential determinants for rising personal income inequality, with a particular focus on the functional distribution of income and climate change. She is also investigating impacts on macroeconomic dynamics of increased disparities, through the use of agent based modeling.

Tereza Palanská

Charles University, Prague

Tereza Palanská is a Ph.D. candidate and researcher at Charles University, Prague, and an external consultant for World Bank. She has obtained her Master's degree in Economics at Charles University and a second Master's degree in Econometrics at Aix-Marseille School of Economics, France. In her research, she focuses on transfer pricing-related profit shifting and the effects of financial secrecy on cross-border financial assets.

Dario Palumbo

Ca' Foscari University of Venice / University of Cambridge

Carlo Giannini Research Fellow in Econometrics at Ca' Foscari University of Venice and Bye-Fellow in Economics at Homerton College, University of Cambridge. My research interests are in the area of Time Series. In particular: Observation Driven Models, Count Data, Circular Data, Heavy Tailed Distribution and Financial Econometrics.

Cong Pan

Kyoto Sangyo University

I am currently an assistant professor at department of economics, Kyoto Sangyo University. I work on applied microeconomics, mainly industrial organization. I also work on business and marketing topics with a theoretical approach.

Yuhang Pan

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

I am a PhD student at Division of Environment and Sustainability at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Currently, my research tries to understand the effects of trade liberalization on environment, the cost and benefit of regulation, the health impacts from polluting activities, and the political economy in policy enforcement, with a regional focus on China. My research works have been published on Journal of Environmental Economics and Management and Nature Sustainability.

Yu Pang

Macau University of Science and Technology

Yu Pang is an Assistant Professor of economics at the Macau University of Science and Technology. She obtained her PhD from City University of Hong Kong in 2014. Her main fields of research are Environmental Economics and Public Economics.