Presenters

On job market

Cuimin Ba

University of Pennsylvania

I am a fourth-year PhD student in the Department of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania. My current research focuses on microeconomic theory, learning and information in particular, and their applications to model misspecification.

Annika Bacher

European University Institute

Annika is a PhD Candidate at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy. Her research focuses on dynamic Macroeconomics, in particular how household- and family structures shape financial decisions and labor market outcomes. Her paper "The Gender Investment Gap over the Life-Cycle" investigates why single women invest in less risky assets than single men.

Raul Bajo-Buenestado

Maria Balgova

IZA

postdoc at IZA, focusing on labor economics and internal migration

Anna Bayona

ESADE Business School

I am an Assistant Professor at ESADE Business School (Barcelona). My main research areas are markets and information, applied theory and laboratory experiments.

Yvan Becard

Andriana Bellou

University of Montreal

Pedro Bento

Texas A&M University

I'll be presenting Female Entrepreneurship in the U.S. 1982 - 2012: Implications for Welfare and Aggregate Output

Kristoffer Berg

University of Oslo

Job market candidate, PhD candidate at the University of Oslo 2017-2021, Fulbright Scholar at UC Berkeley 2019-2020 and Fund Intern at the IMF 2020.

My primary research interest is public economics. My secondary interests are labor economics and welfare economics. I am particularly interested in combining theory and empirics to study taxation and inequality. I am currently working on optimal taxation and principles of fairness.

Dirk Bergemann

Yale University

Dirk Bergemann is Douglass and Marion Campbell Professor of Economics at Yale University. He has secondary appointments as Professor of Computer Science in the School of Engineering and Professor of Finance in the School of Management.

He has been affiliated with the Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics at Yale since 1996 and a fellow of the Econometric Society since 2007. He is Co-Editor of American Economic Review: Insights, 2020- and is a Member of the Executive Committee of the Econometric Society 2021-.

His research is in the area of game theory, contract theory, venture capital and market design. His most recent work is in the area of dynamic mechanism design and dynamic pricing, robust mechanism design, and information design.