Jeroen DalderopUniversity of Notre Dame
Harald Dale-OlsenInstitute for Social Research, Oslo
I am a postdoctoral researcher and lecturer at the D-MTEC of ETH Zurich.
My research focuses on household consumption, saving, portfolio allocation, labor supply and energy-related choices. A second line of my research focuses on financial economics.
Geraldine Dany-KnedlikDIW Berlin
Evangelina DardatiCenter for Public Studies
Ratul Das ChaudhuryMonash University
I am a Postdoctotral research fellow at the Faculty of Business and Economics, Monash University.
I concluded my doctoral studies from the Department of Economics, Monash University. My primary research involves theoretical modelling in political economics and network theory. The paper at the meeting investigates whether and when polarization between parties helps an interest group in influencing a legislation where the legislators are connected in a social network.
Steve DavisUniversity of Chicago
Giuseppe De ArcangelisSapienza University of Rome
Giuseppe De Arcangelis is Professor of Economics at Sapienza University of Rome in the Department of Social Science and Economics as of November 2005. He is currently director of the undergraduate program in Economics in the Faculty of Political Science, Sociology, Communication (corso di laurea in "Relazioni Economiche Internazionali"). He obtained his Ph.Din Economics at the University of Michigan in May 1996. Research areas: Economics of migration, International Trade, Development Economics
Jantke de BoerTU Dresden
I am a PhD candidate in international monetary economics at University of Dresden. I graduated 2018 in Finance from University of Hannover. My interests are financial economics, especially foreign exchange markets. In my current research, I focus on macroeconomic factors that drive heterogeneity in exchange rate returns during US presidential cycles.