Sabine BernardUniversity of Mannheim
Sabine is a 4th-year PhD student at the Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences (GESS) at the University of Mannheim, Germany. Her research combines empirical household finance with insights from behavioral finance. In her current project, she investigates how return distributions within and across asset classes and swings of financial cycles affect retail investors’ selling behavior.
Marco BernardiniBank of Italy
Marco Bernardini joined the DG Economics, Statistics and Research of Banca d'Italia in 2017. He is currently an economist in the Economic Outlook and Monetary Policy Directorate. His research studies the connections between finance and the macroeconomy, with a focus on fiscal and monetary policy. He earned his Ph.D. in Economics at Ghent University in 2017.
Clémence BersonBanque de France
Clémence Berson is a senior economist and researcher at the Banque de France and affiliated to the LIEPP, Sciences Po. She is particularly interested in the labor market and applied microeconomics. Before joining the Banque de France, she worked at the French Treasury. She was also affiliated to the University of Paris 1 and obtained her PhD from PSE. Her research focuses on discrimination on the labor market, but also on the duality of the labor market between permanent and temporary employees and on wage dynamics.
Galina BesstremyannayaNational Research University Higher School of Economics (Russian Federation)
Galina Besstremyannaya (PhD in Economics, Keio University, Tokyo; PhD in Math Methods in Economics, Russian Academy of Sciences) is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Economics and a Senior Research Fellow at the International Laboratory for Macroeconomic Analysis at the National Research University Higher School of Economics (Russian Federation). Research interests are economics of innovation, applied IO and health economics. Publications appear in: Econometrics Journal, Journal of Empirical Finance, Health Economics, Applied Economics, Japanese Economic Review.
Johannes BeutelDeutsche Bundesbank
Johannes Beutel studied at the University of California at Berkeley, and at the University of Mannheim from where he received his PhD in Economics in 2017. Since 2015 he is an economist at Deutsche Bundesbank. He has published in the American Economic Review, the Journal of Monetary Economics, and the Journal of Financial Stability.
Daniele BianchiQueen Mary University of London
Daniel BiasStockholm School of Economics, Swedish House of Finance
Patrick BiglerUniversity of Bern
Patrick is a Swiss citizen and a PhD student at the University of Bern since 2019. He conducts his research in the field of energy economics with a special focus on household preferences for new technologies and renewable resources and the implications for welfare. He graduated with a Master’s in Applied Economic Analysis from the University of Berne. In various positions at Swiss banks and most recently as a research assistant at the World Trade Institute he has gathered his first professional experiences.
Suzanne BijkerkErasmus University Rotterdam
After a master’s in economics, I worked for an international audit firm and bank for almost 10 years before returning to academia to pursue a PhD in economics. My research is published in the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization and forthcoming in the Journal of Labor Economics. I am interested in applied economic theory with regard to markets and organizations, information economics, and labor markets.