Knut Are AastveitNorges Bank
Knut Are Aastveit is the Deputy Director of Norges Bank Research. He is also affiliated with CAMP at BI Norwegian Business School and an associate editor of the Journal of Applied Econometrics.
His research focus on empirical macroeconomics and time series. Special interests include forecasting, Bayesian econometrics, commodity prices, business cycles, housing market and monetary policy.
Gara AfonsoFederal Reserve Bank of New York
Hassan AfrouziUniversity of Texas at Austin
Maximilian AhrensUniversity of Oxford
Max Ahrens is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Oxford University, specialising in machine learning and natural language processing (NLP) for economics. He also is a Co-Principal Investigator at the Alan Turning Institute for his research grant on Narrative Detection & Analysis. Max is the founder and chair of the conference on NLP for Social Data Science (NLP SoDaS). Prior to his doctoral studies, Max obtained an MPhil in Economics from Oxford University and worked at McKinsey and the ECB.
Ozge AkinciFederal Reserve Bank of New York
Ugo AlbertazziEuropean Central Bank
Gene AmbrocioBank of Finland
Mary AmitiFederal Reserve Bank of New York
Sriya AnbilFederal Reserve Bank of New York
Philippe AndradeFederal Reserve Bank of Boston
Nikoleta AnestiBank of England
Kai ArvaiBanque de France
Kai Arvai is a research economist at the Banque de France since Septemeber 2021. He holds a PhD from the University of Bonn.
He does research in diverse fields of macroeconomics:
Technology and Innovation: Impact on Inequality, Direction of Technological change, Technology adoption.
International Macro: Optimal policies in a currency union, optimal exchange rate arrangements, Rise of Dominant Currencies.
Guido AscariDe Nederlandsche Bank and University of Pavia
Sina AsshoffUniversity of Duisburg-Essen
Dilan Aydin YakutCentral Bank of Ireland & University of Bologn
Saleem BahajUCL and Bank of England
Benedikt BallensiefenUniversity of St. Gallen and World Bank Group
I am a financial economist from the World Bank Group who graduated from the University of St. Gallen / Swiss Finance Institute. My primary research interests are asset pricing, monetary policy, and market microstructure.
Matthew BaronCornell University
Santiago BazdreschBanco de México
Katharina BergantInternational Monetary Fund
Katharina is an economist in the Macro Financial division of the Research Department at the International Monetary Fund.
Huixin BiFederal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Nina BiljanovskaInternational Monetary Fund
Nina Biljanovska is an Economist in the Macro-Financial Division of the Research Department. Nina's expertise and research interests lie in the field of macroprudential regulation and real estate markets. Recently, her work has focused on studying the long-run effects of the pandemic on real estate markets and the effectiveness of macroprudential regulation on macroeconomic aggregates and across the income distribution. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Goethe University Frankfurt.
Paola BoelFederal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Dennis BonamDe Nederlandsche Bank
Diana BonfimBanco de Portugal, ECB and Católica Lisbon
Pablo Cuba BordaFederal Reserve Board of Governors
Olga BriukhovaUniversity of Zurich
Matias Ossandon BuschCenter for Latin American Monetary Studies – CEMLA
David ByrneCentral Bank of Ireland
Santiago CamaraNorthwestern University
Laura Castillo MartinezDuke University
Paolo CavallinoBank for International Settlements
Joyce ChangJPMorgan Chase
James ChapmanBank of Canada
Dmitry ChebotarevIndiana University Bloomington
Fernando CirelliNew York University / Columbia SIPA
Aoife ClaireSAFE and Goethe University Frankfurt
Gabriela CondeInternational Monetary Fund
Adam CopelandFederal Reserve Bank of New York
Marco Del NegroFederal Reserve Bank of New York
Emmanuel DhyneNational Bank of Belgium
Virginia di NinoEuropean Central Bank
Principal Economist at the ECB since 2016. Before Banca d'Italia 2007-2016. Ph.D. in International Trade from the Graduate Institute, Geneva. Research interests: consumers expectations, international trade and integration processes, with a focus on the exchange rates regimes, firm export performance and the structure of commodity mkts and commodity pricing.
William DiamondWharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Alexander DietrichDanmarks Nationalbank
I am a research economist in the Research Unit of Danmarks Nationalbank, interested in monetary economics, household expectations, and survey methods.
My current research topics include inflation expectations and implications of climate change for monetary policy.
I hold a PhD degree in economics from the University of Tuebingen.
Taeyoung DohFederal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Cynthia DonigerFederal Reserve Board
Thomas DrechselUniversity of Maryland
Thomas Drechsel is a macroeconomist and Assistant Professor at the Economics Department of the University of Maryland. His research focuses on credit frictions in business cycles, various aspects of monetary policy, the role of commodities for emerging market economies, as well as real-time monitoring of macroeconomic activity. His work has been published in leading journals such as the Review of Economic Studies, AEJ:Macroeconomics and the Journal of Finance.
Mathias DrehmannBank for International Settlements
Michaela Elfsbacka SchmöllerBank of Finland
I work as a Research Economist at the Bank of Finland Research Unit.
My main research interests are monetary and fiscal policy, business cycles, productivity and growth
Ragnar Enger JuelsrudNorges Bank
Amina EnkhboldBank of Canada
Egemen ErenBank for International Settlements
Vania EsadyBank of England
Salih FendogluInternational Monetary Fund
Clodomiro FerreiraBank of Spain
Paul FontanierYale School of Management
Martina FraschiniUniversity of Luxembourg
Jon FrostBank for International Settlements
Joshua FrostUnited States Treasury
Mishel GhassibeCREi, UPF and BSE
Mishel Ghassibe is a Junior Researcher at Centre de Recerca en Economia Internacional (CREi) and Affiliated Professor at the Barcelona School of Economics (BSE). He obtained his PhD from the University of Oxford in 2022, with the Edgeworth prize for best doctoral thesis. Mishel’s research interests are in macroeconomics, with a particular focus on production networks, firm heterogeneity and goods market frictions for monetary and fiscal policies.
Julian GiovanniFederal Reserve Bank of New York
Linda S. GoldbergFederal Reserve Bank of New York
Sebastian GravesFederal Reserve Board
Alex GrimaudWirtschaftsuniversität Wien & TU Wien
I am an Assistant Professor (non-tenure track) in economics at the Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (The Vienna University of Economics and Business). I am also a research fellow at the Institute of Statistics and Mathematical Methods in Economics at TU Wien.
In 2021, I graduated with a joint PhD in Economics at the Center for Non-Linear Dynamics in Economics and Finance at University of Amsterdam and at the Complexity Lab in Economics at Catholic University of Milan.
Pablo Guerron-QuintanaBoston College
Rafael GuntinUniversity of Rochester
Neha GuptaCornell University
Ina HajdiniFederal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Martín HardingBank of Canada
Rodrigo HeresiInter-American Development Bank
Rodrigo Heresi is an economist at the Research Department of the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, DC. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Maryland and an M.A. in Economics from Universidad de Chile. Before the Ph.D., he worked as a research analyst at the Macroeconomic Analysis Division of the Central Bank of Chile.
Sean HigginsNorthwestern University
Kazuhiro HirakiInstitute for Monetary and Economic Studies, Bank of Japan
Peter HoffmannEuropean Central Bank
Gee Hee HongInternational Monetary Fund
Christian HöynckBank of Italy
Xitong HuiLondon School of Economics
Dr. In Do HwangBank of Korea
Björn ImbierowiczDeutsche Bundesbank
Björn Imbierowicz is Economist in the Research Center of the Deutsche Bundesbank, the Program Chair-Elect of the International Banking, Economics, and Finance Association, and Advisor to the Eurosystem Research Network “Challenges for Monetary Policy Transmission in a Changing World” (ChaMP).