Davide PaceUniversity of Amsterdam
I am Davide Domenico Pace a PhD student at CREED, the Center for Research in Experimental Economics and Political Decision Making of the University of Amsterdam.
My research field is Behavioral Economics with a special interest in Memory, Attention and the Experimental Economics of Climate Change.
Marco PaganoUniversity of Naples Federico II
Marco Pagano is Professor of Finance at University of Naples Federico II and Director of the Centre for Studies in Economics and Finance (CSEF). He holds a B.A. from Cambridge University and a Ph.D. from MIT, and taught at Bocconi University and Imperial College. He has been managing editor of the Review of Finance, president of EIEF and chairman of the Advisory Scientific Committee of the ESRB. His research is in the area of finance, chiefly banking, corporate finance and market microstructure.
Michaela PagelColombia Business School
Michaela Pagel is an Associate Professor (without tenure) at Columbia Business School. She received her Ph.D. from the Economics Department at UC Berkeley and works on topics in behavioral economics, household finance, and macroeconomics. Her dissertation focused on the consumption and investment implications of non-standard preferences. More specifically, she theoretically studied how decision-making is affected by people's beliefs about their consumption. Her current work analyzes transaction
Kevin PallaraHEC University of Lausanne
I am a PhD student at HEC University of Lausanne. I have visited the Bank of Italy in 2019. I have also worked as a trainee at the ECB. My research interests focus on the fields of macroeconometrics, credit risk models, empirical finance and fiscal policy. My research focuses on the interconnection between the macroeconomy and the pricing of sovereign entities. I have been also studying the impact of current and past debt overhangs on the macroeconomy, through the lens of fiscal policy effects.
Mårten PalmeStockholm University
Rohini PandeYale University
Rohini Pande is the Henry J. Heinz II Professor of Economics and Director, Economic Growth Center, Yale. She co-edits American Economic Review: Insights. Pande’s research focuses on how formal and informal institutions shape power relationships and patterns of economic and political advantage, particularly in developing countries. In 2018, Pande received the AEA Carolyn Bell Shaw Award for promoting women in economics profession. She received her PhD (economics) from London School of Economics.
Piyush PanigrahiYale University, Johns Hopkins University and CESifo
Ludovic PanonBank of Italy
Aldo PaolilloUniversity of Rome Tor Vergata
Ph.D student in Economics and Finance at the University of Rome "Tor Vergata".