Costanza NaguibUniversity of Bern
Assistant professor in econometrics. PhD in economics from Univeristy of Lugano (CH)
Masaki NakabayashiThe University of Tokyo
2014-present Professor, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo.
2008-2014 Associate Professor, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo.
2002-2008 Associate Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Osaka University.
1999-2002 Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Chiba University.
1998-1999 Research Associate, Graduate School of Economics, The University of Tokyo.
1998 Ph.D. in History, The University of Tokyo.
1993 BA in History, The University of Tokyo.
Marcos Y NakagumaSao Paulo School of Economics, EESP/FGV
Enrico NanoGraduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID)
Enrico is a fourth-year PhD candidate in development economics at the Geneva Graduate Institute (IHEID). Trained in impact evaluation, his research interests include trade, energy, education and labor economics. He has worked as Economist at the WTO and FAO, as a consultant for the OECD, ILO and private sector consulting firms, and as a RA at IHEID's Center for Finance and Development and at Bruegel. Enrico holds two Masters in Economics from the Collegio Carlo Alberto and University of Turin.
Lea NassalUniversity of Duisburg-Essen
I am a PhD student at the University of Duisburg-Essen and the doctoral program of the RTG "Regional Disparities and Economic Policy". My main research interests are in labor and family economics with a special focus on issues related to the labor supply decision of couples and gender differences in the labor market.
Christopher L NaubertChristopher Naubert
I am a current graduate student in the economics PhD program at the City University of New York Graduate Center. My research interests are macroeconomics and computational economics.
Abdoul Aziz NdoyeLaboratoire d'Economie d'Orléans (LEO)
I am an associate professor in economics/econometrics at the University of Orleans. My current research interests include Econometrics of Inequality Measurements, Poverty Reduction, Machine learning Neural Networks.
Christopher NeelyFederal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Chris Neely has worked as an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis since receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Iowa in 1993. Neely conducts empirical research in international financial markets. He has published in leading academic journals and is or has been an associate, visiting and/or co-editor at many journals, including the JMCB and JBF.