Inês XavierUniversitat Pompeu Fabra
I am a PhD Candidate interested in Macroeconomics and Inequality. My work addresses two important issues facing developed economies today. First, it speaks to the question “why is wealth so concentrated?”. Using empirical and theoretical techniques, I highlight the importance of heterogeneous returns to wealth as a driver of wealth disparity. Secondly, my work contributes to our understanding of the dynamics of low growth, low interest rate economies and the impact of asset price bubbles in such environments.
Yun XiaoUniversity of Amsterdam
I am a Ph.D. candidate in Economics in the Department of Economics, University of Amsterdam (UvA). The Ph.D. position is a continuation of my Research Master's program at Tinbergen Institute since 2017. My research interests are applied microeconomics, development economics, and family economics. I am currently working on quantifying and explaining peer effects in fertility decisions and evaluating the role of public infrastructure in life-cycle human capital development.
Yinxi XieBank of Canada
I'm an economist with research interests in macroeconomics and international finance. My current research includes topics in monetary economics, behavioral macroeconomics, and global supply chains. I received my Ph.D. in Economics in May 2020 from Columbia University. In the fall of 2020, I will join the Bank of Canada as a senior economist.
Guosong XuErasmus University Rotterdam School of Management
Dr. Guosong Xu is an Assistant Professor of Finance at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. He received his PhD from WHU (Otto Beisheim School of Management) in Germany and was a visiting scholar at Stern Business School, New York University. His research interests lie in the area of corporate finance, political economics, and behavioural finance.
Yuanwei XuLeibniz University Hannover
I am a PhD candidate in Economics from University of Hannover, a member of the research training group "Globalization and Development", and a guest researcher in DIW Berlin. My research are focused on development economics, Chinese economy, and global health. In my main research papers, I study the health effects of housing price appreciation, the rising sex ratios and marriage payments, as well as internal migration and political perceptions in China.
Le XuShanghai Jiao Tong University
I am graduating from the Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania and joining the Department of Economics at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Antai College of Economics and Management this fall. My research interests are Macroeconomics, Business Fluctuations, and Network Economics.
Fei XuSciences Po
I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Economics at Sciences Po and my interests are in the areas of microeconomics and political economy. My work explores issues related to corruption, institutions, public expenditures, incentives and the political causes of economic growth in China. I am also interested in law and economics with a focus on innovation and development. I completed my Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Manchester in 2018.