Presenters

On job market

Jeanne Commault

Giovanni Compiani

Booth School of Business

Bruno Conte

I am a PhD candidate in Economics at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) and Barcelona Graduate School of Economics, Spain. I work under the supervision of Prof. Hannes Mueller and Prof. David Nagy.

My research interests are development, trade, economic geography, and machine learning.

In my work, I study how climate-related shocks affect economic development. In order to do so, I rely upon reduced-form causal inference and/or structural modeling and estimation, using spatial trade theory for the latter.

My job market paper centers at how climate change can lead to migration in sub-Saharan Africa, within and across countries, during the next decades.

Roberto Corrao

MIT

I am a graduate student at MIT studying economic theory and organizational economics. My main interests include diffusion, aggregation, and design of information in economic environments such as social networks and competitive markets. I am also interested in the study of non-standard preferences under risk and uncertainty and their effect in otherwise standard models of strategic interactions.

Sebastian Cortes-Corrales

Smith Institute for Political Economy and Philosophy at Chapman University

I am currently a Post-Doctoral Research Associate at the Smith Institute for Political Economy and Philosophy at Chapman University.

My primary research interest focuses on understanding how underlying weighted network structures influence behavior using game theory, incentivized experiments, and empirical tools. I am mainly working on topics involving Weighted Networks of Conflict, Industrial Organization, and Political Economy.

Gregorio Curello

University of Bonn

David Delacretaz

University of Oxford

I am a Postdoctoral Prize Research fellow within Nuffield College and the Department of Economics at the University of Oxford. I will be presenting my job market paper entitled "Processing Reserves Simultaneously".

Minjie Deng

Simon Fraser University

I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at Simon Fraser University. I received my Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Rochester in 2020. I mainly work on topics on sovereign debt and its interactions with households and firm dynamics.

Neha Deopa

The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

I am a fifth year PhD candidate at The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. My research interests include studying decision making under uncertainty, modeled using stochastic processes, with a focus on environmental economics and firm dynamics.

Paola Di Casola

Sveriges Riksbank

I am a Senior Economist at Monetary Policy Department of the Swedish Central bank. My intetests and expertise lie in Monetary economics, Business cycle analysis and International macroeconomics.