Matteo BizzarriUniversità Bocconi
I am a PhD candidate at Bocconi University.
My work focuses on the economics of networks. My
research has two main strands: the study of input-output economies and the
diffusion of information and behavior.
In my Job Market Paper I study how input-output connections among firms impact market power.
Lukas BoerDIW Berlin and Humboldt-University Berlin
I am a PhD candidate at Humboldt-University Berlin and a research associate at the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin).
My main research interests lie in empirical macroeconomics and international finance.
Michael BöhmUniversity of Bonn and IZA
Maxime BonelliHEC Paris
Maxime Bonelli is a Ph.D. candidate in Finance at HEC Paris. His research interests lie in the fields of investment management, human capital and technological innovation. Before beginning his doctoral studies at HEC Paris, Maxime worked as a quantitative researcher in the asset management industry for four years. He holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics (Inria), a Master in Economics (Ecole polytechnique - ENSAE - HEC Paris) and an Engineering degree in Applied Mathematics (Ecole Polytechnique Université Côte d'Azur).
Daniel BorupAarhus University, CREATES, Danish Finance Institute
Assistant Professor at Aarhus University, Dept. of Economics and Business Economics, and Research Fellow at CREATES and Danish Finance Institute. Research interests are Financial Econometrics, Machine Learning, Forecasting, Econometrics, Asset Pricing, Empirical Finance.
Pavel BrendlerUniversity of Bonn, Institute for Macroeconomics
Felipe BruguesBrown University
I am a Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of Economics at Brown University. My main research fields are industrial organization, development economics, and political economy, with a focus on firm behavior and networks in weak institutional environments.