Keisuke TeepleUC Davis
PhD candidate at UC Davis working in behavioral finance and general equilibrium
Feodora Tetiifo Institute & LMU
I am an Assistant Professor (non-tenure) and Economist at the LMU & ifo Institute at the Center for International Economics Munich. My research interests lie in international trade, applied econometrics, and development economics. Ongoing research focuses on trade policy. I have put together a new database on effectively applied bilateral tariffs on the product-level.
Neil ThakralBrown University
Linh TôBoston University
I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at Boston University.
Giulio TrigiliaUniversity of Rochester
Assistant Professor of Finance at the Simon Business School since 2016
Jeanne TschoppDepartment of Economics, University of Bern
Stylianos TsiarasEuropean University Institute
I am a postdoctoral fellow at the European University Institute and I have obtained my PhD in 2019 from the University of Surrey. My research spans the areas of monetary economics and most notably of the unconventional monetary policy in the Euro Area.
Kerem TuzcuogluBank of Canada
I am a senior economist at the Bank of Canada. I received my Ph.D. in Economics from Columbia University in 2017.
My research interests lie in theoretical and applied econometrics; particularly on nonlinear dynamic panel models, time series analysis, and Bayesian econometrics with the applications on macroeconomics and finance.
Currently, I'm working on measuring uncertainty and new estimation techniques for dynamic nonlinear panel data models. At the Bank of Canada, I'm conducting research and policy work to analyze the effects of domestic and foreign shocks on the Canadian Economy via nonlinear time series models.