Advisory Board

Prof. Philippe Aghion
Harvard University

Philippe Aghion is Robert C. Waggoner Professor of Economics at Harvard University. His main research interests include political economy, economic growth, technological change, institutions, regulation, and entrepreneurship.

Prof. Alberto Alesina
Harvard University

Alberto Alesina is Nathaniel Ropes Professor of Political Economy at Harvard University and a visitor at IGIER Bocconi. His research interests include fiscal policy and budget deficits, European integration, currency unions, redistributive policies, and the differences in the welfare state in the US and Europe.

Prof. Manuel Arellano
CEMFI

Manuel Arellano is Professor of Econometrics at CEMFI in Madrid. His main research interests include econometrics and empirical microeconomics.

Prof. David Autor
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

David Autor is Ford Professor of Economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His current fields of specialization include labor market impacts of technological change and globalization, human capital and earnings inequality, disability insurance and labor supply, and temporary help and other intermediated work arrangements.

Prof. Ernst Baltensperger
University of Bern

Ernst Baltensperger is Professor emeritus at the University of Bern. His main research interests include monetary economics, banking, finance, and economic policy.

Prof. Raquel Fernández
New York University

Raquel Fernández is Professor of Economics at New York University. Her research focuses on sovereign debt, public economics, economics of gender, political economy, economics and culture, and income inequality.

Prof. Rachel Griffith
University of Manchester

Rachel Griffith is Professor of Economics at the University of Manchester, Deputy Research Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) and elected President of the European Economic Association (EEA), to serve in 2015. Her research considers the relationship between government policy and economic performance. Her specific interests relate to the supermarket industry, nutrition competition, innovation and productivity.

Prof. Oliver Hart
Harvard University

Oliver Hart is the Andrew E. Furer Professor of Economics at Harvard University. His research interests include contract theory, the theory of the firm, corporate finance, and law and economics. His research centers on the roles that ownership structure and contractual arrangements play in the governance and boundaries of corporations. In 2016, he won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics.

Prof. James Heckman
University of Chicago

James Heckman is Henry Schultz Distinguished Service Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago. His research interests include microeconomics and econometrics, e.g. economic policy evaluation, skill formation, and selection bias. In 2000, he won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics.

Prof. Chang-Tai Hsieh
University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Chang-Tai Hsieh is Phyllis and Irwin Winkelried Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. His main research areas include economic development, growth in Asia and Latin America and applied economics.

Prof. Daniel Kahneman
Princeton University

Daniel Kahneman is Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs, Emeritus, and Senior Scholar, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University. His research interests include psychology of judgment and decision-making (e.g. cognitive basis for common human errors), and behavioral economics and hedonic psychology. In 2002, he won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics.

Prof. Alan Krueger
Princeton University

Alan Krueger is Bendheim Professor of Economics & Public Policy at Princeton University. His research interests include labor economics, education, industrial relations, economics of terrorism, and social insurance.

Prof. Joel Mokyr
Northwestern University

Joel Mokyr is the Robert H. Strotz Professor of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Economics and History at Northwestern University and Sackler Professorial fellow at the Berglas School of Economics and the University of Tel Aviv. His research interests include economic history, the economics of technological change and population change.

Prof. Yingyi Qian
Tsinghua University

Yingyi Qian is Dean and Professor at the School of Economics and Management at the Tsinghua University (Beijing). His main research areas include comparative economics, institutional economics, economics of transition, and the Chinese economy.

Prof. Thomas Sargent
New York University

Thomas Sargent is William R. Berkley Professor of Economics and Business at New York University. His research interests include macroeconomics, monetary economics, and time series econometrics. In 2013, he won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics.

Prof. Klaus Schmidt
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Klaus Schmidt is Professor of Economics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. His research interest include contract theory, behavioral and experimental economics, game theory, industrial organization, labor and organization economics, competition policy, privatization, auctions and procurement, venture capital, and political economy.

Prof. Robert Shiller
Yale University

Robert Shiller is Sterling Professor of Economics at Yale University. His research interests include behavioral finance, including implications for practice and policy-making, and housing markets. In 2013, he won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics.

Prof. Kjetil Storesletten
University of Oslo

Kjetil Storesletten is Professor of Economics at the University of Oslo. His research focuses on heterogeneity in macroeconomics and development, in particular the impact of risk on economic allocations and the economic transformation of China. In 2013, he was awarded the Sun Yefang prize by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (with Song and Zilibotti).

Prof. Guido Tabellini
Bocconi University

Guido Tabellini is Professor of Economics at Bocconi University, Milan. His main research interests include political economy, corporate finance, and industrial organization.

Prof. Harald Uhlig
University of Chicago

Harald Uhlig is Professor in Economics at the University of Chicago. His recent research includes applied quantitative theory and applied dynamic, stochastic general equilibrium theory; the intersection of macroeconomics and financial economics; and Bayesian time series analysis and macroeconomic applications.

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