Johannes WacksUniversity of Mannheim
Matthew WalkerDurham University
I work in the field of experimental economics, with research interests in auctions and procurement, trust and fairness. My work intersects with behavioural operations management, in particular on behavioural supply chain contracting.
In September 2021, I will join Newcastle University as a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Economics.
William WallerTulane University, A.B. Freeman School of Business
William Waller is an assistant professor of finance at Tulane University's A.B. Freeman School of Business. Waller's research explores the interaction between macroeconomic factors, financial markets and asset prices. In addition to publishing articles in The Review of Financial Studies and Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, his research has received an Inquire Europe Research Grant. Waller received a PhD in finance from the University of North Carolina in 2015.
Luisa WallossekLMU Munich
I am a PhD candidate in Economics at LMU Munich. My main research interests are public economics and family economics. I use empirical methods to understand how individual behavior affects the effective outcomes of public policy.
Wenjie WangNanyang Technological University
Xuan WangVrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Tinbergen Institute
Assistant Professor of Finance at SBE Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Candidate Fellow at Tinbergen Institute.
Research interests: international and macro-finance, financial intermediation, money and default, and macroeconomics.