On job market

Bernd Frick

Paderborn University

Bernd Frick is Professor of Organizational, Media and Sports Economics in the Management Department at Paderborn University. Before coming to Paderborn he was Professor of Personnel and Organizational Economics at Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University in Greifwald and Professor of Organizational Economics and Business Ethics at Witten/Herdecke University.

Rejoice Frimpong

Nottingham Trent University

I am a Ph.D. Candidate and Associate Lecturer at Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University. My research interests include Behavioural, Health and Development Economics. I will be presenting my paper on the relationship between Health and Economic Growth in Sub Saharan Africa.

Itai Furman

Tel Aviv University

Arthur Galichère

University Of Glasgow

Arthur Galichère is a PhD candidate in Economics at the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow. He specialises in macroeconomics and asset pricing. His research focuses on asset price bubbles, macroeconomic policies and financial stability. He designs theoretical models and applies empirical methods to evaluate the effects of bubbles on the economy and provide policy recommendations. His current project focuses on the Bayesian estimation of a DSGE model with stock market bubbles and nominal rigidities. Galichère holds a BSc and an MSc in Economics and Management from the University of Caen (2014, 2015) and an MRes in Economics from the University of Glasgow (2017).

Danula Gamage

Queen Mary University Of London

I am a doctoral researcher working on gender equality, public policy and labour economics at QMUL. My research seeks to explore and document gender gaps in the higher education sector; in particular, I focus on female representation, the gender wage gap and the gender promotion gap. I also investigate policies set in place to address gender inequality in the higher education sector in the UK.
I am also affiliated with the Centre for Globalisation Research and the Centre for Equality Diversity and Inclusion.

Ge Gao

University of Birmingham

Ge Gao, PhD in Economics, University of Birmingham

Aida Garcia-lazaro

University of Bath

Aida Garcia-Lazaro is a Research Associate at the Institute for Policy Research, University of Bath. Her research falls broadly in macroeconomics and labour market topics. Aida focuses on the effect of technological change in the labour market, wage inequality and migration. She also works on topics like macroprudential and monetary policies, international trade and Brexit using DSGE modelling.
Further research interests are income and wealth inequality, heterogeneous agents modelling, automation, and machine learning applications.

Markus Gehrsitz

University of Strathclyde

Elena Gentili

Bank of Italy

Eddie Gerba

Bank Of England

Eddie Gerba (PhD) is a Research Manager for the Markets area of Bank of England, responsible for research in financial markets. He is also a Visiting Fellow at London School of Economics and a Distinguished Affiliate of the Macro, Money and International Finance group at CES Ifo in Munich.
Eddie’s research interests lie in the fields of macroeconomics and quantitative finance. Of particular interest to his research are the interactions and linkages between financial markets and the macroeconomy. This includes topics such as credit cycles, financial intermediation theory, market-based finance, systemic risks, financial crises, risk management and business cycles. Method-wise, his interests and experience lie in DSGE-models, bounded rationality, computational methods, time-series econometrics, and derivative pricing models.