Beata GafkaSaid Business School, University of Oxford
I am a PhD Candidate in Finance at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. I will be on the 2022 Job Market and available for interviews at the virtual EJME 2021 and ASSA 2022.
In my research I focus on asset pricing and macro finance.
Before starting my doctorate degree, I obtained an MSc in Finance from Bocconi University, Milan and spent two years working in investment banking in London with a particular focus on the provision of client clearing and collateral solutions for derivatives
Alexandre GaillardTOULOUSE SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
Sigurd GalaasenNorges Bank
Daniel GarciaUniversitat Wien
I am Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Vienna. My interests lie in industrial organization and information economics.
Salomon GarciaBank of Spain
I am a Research Economist at Banco de España. I received my PhD in Economics from the University of Minnesota.
My research interests are in Macroeconomics with a focus on Banking and Business Cycles.
Santiago Garcia-CoutoGeorgetown University
I am an Assistant Professor at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service in Qatar at Georgetown University.
In my research, I focus on the effect of technical change and the differences in the intensity of the tasks that workers perform on labor market outcomes. My main areas of interest are Macroeconomics and Labor Economics.
I received my Ph.D. in Economics from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.
Ana Garcia-HernandezUniversity of Rosario & Innovations for Poverty Action
I am a postdoc at the Universidad del Rosario & Innovations for Poverty Action Colombia.Previously, I was a Research Fellow at WZB Berlin, where I am a guest researcher. I use field experiments to understand the barriers that girls and women face in developing countries. Specifically, I am studying how increasing the political voice of women affects community outcomes, how transportation to school affects the schooling decision of girls, and how role models affect gender norms across generations