Naoki YagoThe University of Cambridge
Naoki Yago received his B.A. and M.A. from the University of Tokyo. He is now a student at the University of Cambridge, MPhil in Economic Research. His research focuses on macroeconomics and monetary economics, particularly asset price bubbles and financial crises.
Akira YakitaNanzan University
Faculty of Economics, Nanzan University in Japan. My major is Public Economics and Population Economics. Education; BA: Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan; and Doctorate: Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan
Firat YamanCity, University of London
Firat Yaman was born in Germany to Turkish parents. He obtained a degree in Economics from the University of Hanover, and a PhD in Economics from the University of Texas at Austin. He has been working at City, University of London since 2011. His research covers a broad area of topics, such as the assimilation of immigrants, household finance, life satisfaction, and whatever else comes his way and looks interesting.
David Yanagizawa-DrottUniversity of Zurich
Yang YangToulouse School of Economics
I am a PhD candidate at Toulouse School of Economics. My main research fields are: Applied Microeconomic Theory, and Industrial Organization.
Hakki YaziciSabanci University
Hakki Yazici is an Associate Professor of Economics at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Sabanci University. He is also a CESifo Research Fellow. His research interests lie at the intersection of macroeconomics and public economics, with a specific interest in economic inequality, social insurance, redistribution, and optimal taxation.
Junyang YinUniversity of Bristol
I am a PhD student in the School of Economics, Finance and Management, University of Bristol, my major research area is Banking.
C. Y. Kelvin YuenWashington University in St. Louis
I am a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at Washington University in St. Louis. My research interests center primarily around the macroeconomics of the labor market. Currently I use equilibrium search models to study issues related to entrepreneurship, unemployment, skill mismatch, health, and their aggregate impacts.