On job market

Vytautas Valaitis

Duke University

Quitzé Valenzuela-Stookey

Northwestern University

I am a PhD Candidate at Northwestern University, currently on the job market. My research lies broadly in economic theory. I am particularly interested in the interaction between public policy and markets.

Christiaan van der Kwaak

University of Groningen

I am an assistant-professor in Macroeconomics at the University of Groningen. My research focuses on the effectiveness of (un)conventional monetary and fiscal policy in an environment where commercial banks are undercapitalized and have large holdings of (risky) government bonds on their balance sheets.

Paolo Vanin

University of Bologna

I am associate professor of Economics at the University of Bologna. My research, both theoretical and empirical, mainly focuses on three areas: social economics, economics of crime and political economy.

Silvia Vannutelli

Boston University

I am a PhD candidate in Economics at Boston University.

I am an applied micro-economist who uses original and administrative data and rigorous empirical methods to answer policy-relevant questions. My research focuses on core topics in public, political and labor economics, that pertain to the collection of revenues and the allocation of government resources, the design of social insurance policies, and the role of institutions and political economy considerations in policy making. In my job market paper, I investigate the consequences of independent oversight institutions for the financial health of local governments.

Cristina Vilaplana-Prieto

University of Murcia

Cristina Vilaplana-Prieto is Associate Professor of the Department of Economic Analysis at the Univeristy of Murcia. Her area of research is "Health Economics" and "Ageing Economics".

Lukas Vogel

DG ECFIN, European Commission