Gregorio CaetanoUniversity of Georgia
Gregorio Caetano is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Georgia. He received his Ph.D. at UC Berkeley. His research fields are urban economics, public economics, labor economics and applied econometrics.
Carolina CaetanoUniversity of Georgia
Modibo CamaraNorthwestern University
I'm a fifth-year Economics PhD student at Northwestern University. I work at the intersection of microeconomic theory, statistics, and computer science. My research asks what people and institutions are capable of achieving, given the resources that are available to them -- resources like time and data.
Jianfei CaoUniversity of Chicago
I am a job market candidate at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. I study applied and theoretical econometrics. My research has chiefly been in the areas of cluster-based inference, machine learning methods in economic applications, causal inference in comparative case studies, and weak identification.
Nicolas CarampUC Davis
Mario Francesco CarilloUniversity of Naples Federico II
I graduated from Brown University in May 2018 with a Ph.D. in Economics. My main research interests are in economic growth and development.
Jin-Wook ChangFederal Reserve Board
Hanna CharankevichUniversity of Virginia
I am a PhD Candidate in Economics at the University of Virginia. and I am on the job market in 2020-21. In my research I utilise the methods of Industrial Organisation and Political Economy, and Development and Public Economics to model rent-seeking behaviour and study the role of transparency, monitoring and accountability. I will present my job market paper 'Bid Manipulation in Open Procurement Auctions'.