On job market

Jun Aoyagi

University of California, Berkeley

I am a PhD Candidate at University of California, Berkeley. I will be presenting my job market paper on high-frequency trading (HFT) and the impact of delaying HFT order execution.

Fernando Arce Munoz

University of Minnesota

I am a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at the University of Minnesota. My research fields are Macroeconomics, International Economics, and International Finance. My current work focuses on international private debt, macroprudential policy, and sovereign default.

I hold a M.Sc. in Economics for Development from the University of Oxford and a Statistics and Engineering Degree from ENSAE ParisTech.

Nikolay Arefyev

Kai Arvai

University of Bonn

My name is Kai Arvai and I am a Job Market Candidate from the University of Bonn. I mainly do research in macroeconomics, with a particular focus in monetary and international economics. I am also interested in the effect of digitization on inequality.

Elliott Ash

ETH Zurich

Julian Ashwin

Nuffield College, University of Oxford

Miren Azkarate-Askasua

European University Insitute

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.