July 8th-10th 2021
Kwabena Adu-AbabioUniversity of Helsinki
Kwabena Adu-Ababio is a research assistant at UNU-WIDER, also pursuing a PhD at the University of Helsinki. His work at UNU-WIDER focuses on tax-benefit microsimulation models as well as tax administration and organization. His research interests include development economics, public economics, and applied microeconomics.
He has previously worked with the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER) at the University of Ghana conducting research in experimental designs and imp
Karina Alfaro-MorenoUniversidad de Alcalá
I am a Full-time Professor at Universidad de Alcalá. My research interests lie in the areas of poverty, inequality and social policy.
Behzod AlimovWestminster International University in Tashkent
I am a Lecturer at the School of Business and Economics of Westminster International University in Tashkent. I obtained my PhD in Economics in 2020 from Università degli Studi di Torino. My research interests lie in the areas of International Macroeconomics, Economic Development, and Inequality.
Syed Muhammad All-e-Raza RizviCERDI, Université Clermont Auvergne (UCA)
I am Syed Muhammad All-e-Raza Rizvi, PhD student in Development Economics in Université Clermont Auvergne (UCA). I did my research Masters in Development Economics from Université d’Auvergne, and also Masters in Philosophy (M.Phil) in Economics and Finance from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics.
My research focuses on the nexus between armed conflict and economic performance in developing countries.
Vanda AlmeidaJoint Research Centre - European Commission
Vanda Almeida currently works as an Economic Analyst at the Fiscal Policy Analysis unit of the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC). She holds a PhD in Economics from the Paris School of Economics. Her current research interests relate to inequality, redistribution, the cushioning role of the tax and transfer system, heterogeneous agents DSGE models and the interactions between microeconomic heterogeneity and macroeconomic dynamics.
Olga Alonso-VillarUniversidade de Vigo
Olga Alonso-Villar is Professor of Economics at the Department of Applied Economics at the Universidade de Vigo (Spain). She holds a PhD in Economics from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. Her current research areas are inequality and welfare, segregation in the labor market, and the economics of gender and race. Her contributions are both methodological and empirical.
Francesco AndreoliUniversity of Verona and LISER
Francesco Andreoli is researcher at the University of Verona (since December 2018) and at LISER. Francesco's research interests are on public economics, more precisely on distributional issues (inequality between generations and across space) and on the role of public policy in alleviating iinequalities (redistribution and predistribution policies). He is also interested in methodological advancements on measurement and inference.
Therese AngangcoPhilippine Statistical Research and Training Institute
Therese Angangco is a teaching assistant and a graduate student in economics at the University of the Philippines Diliman. She was a research assistant at the Philippine Statistical Research and Training Institute. Her research interests include health economics, development economics, and macroeconomics.
Giovanni Francesco AngioniLondon School of Economics and Political Science
PhD Candidate at LSE. Studying intersection of preferences for redistribution and populist voting/political polarization.
Sara AyllónUniversity of Girona
I am an Associate Professor (tenured) at the Department of Economics at the Universitat de Girona (Spain). I obtained my PhD at the Applied Economics Department at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) in 2009. Previously, I graduated from a MSc in European Social Policy at the London School of Economics and I hold a BSc in Economics and another one in Journalism at UAB. Most of my research focuses on the Economics of Poverty and Inequality, Economics of the Family and Labour Economics.