Hyeon ParkManhattan College
Junghum ParkUniversity of Essex
I am on my third year of studying toward PhD in Economics at University of Essex. My research interests lie in financial economics and microeconomics.
Elena PastorinoStanford University
Elena Pastorino is a Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution, a Faculty Research Fellow at the Department of Economics at Stanford University, and a Social Science Research Scholar at the Stanford Institute of Economic Policy Research (SIEPR). Her interests are in the areas of labor economics, macroeconomics, and development economics. Her research focuses on understanding the determinants of individual wages, consumption, and job mobility over the life cycle and aggregate employment over the business cycle, and on evaluating the impact of social insurance programs and government policies in labor markets.
Pascal PaulFederal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
I am a senior research economist in the Office of Chief Economist at Microsoft Research in Redmond, WA. My research interests include econometrics, industrial organization and applied microeconomics. I received my Ph.D. in Economics from Cornell University in 2017. And I received my M.S. in Statistics, B.S. in Mathematics and B.A. in Economics from University of Virginia in 2011.
João Pereira dos SantosNova School of Business and Economics
I am a PhD student in Economics at Nova School of Business and Economics in Lisbon.
I was a visiting student at Harvard University during the spring semester of 2019 with a scholarship from Fulbright. I participated in the Advanced Studies Program in International Economic Policy Research of the Kiel Institute for the World Economy.
My research interests include Political and Public Economics, Urban and International Economics, and Economic History.
I am currently serving as a technical advisor for Economic Affairs and Finance in the cabinet of the Secretary of State Assistant to the Portuguese Prime-Minister.
Hoang PhamOregon State University
I am an assistant professor of economics at Oregon State University.
My research fields are international trade, labor economics, empirical IO, and applied econometrics.
My current research examine the impact of international trade on competition/distortions in the domestic local labor markets. I also study the effects of globalization on intergenerational mobility and firms' productivity in developing countries.
Davide PietrobonIEE/GSEM University of Geneva
I am a postdoctoral fellow at the IEE/GSEM, University of Geneva. I am a microeconomist interested in development, behavioral economics, and social networks. I obtained my Ph.D. in economics at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and Barcelona Graduate School of Economics.