July 8th-10th 2021
Sung Ah BahkAmerican University
I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at American University. My research interest is in mobility and inequality in the labor market.
Charlotte BartelsGerman Institute for Economic Research
Luis BauluzUniversity of Bonn
Luis Bauluz is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the MacroFinance & MacroHistory Lab (University of Bonn) and Wealth Aggregates Coordinator at the World Inequality Database. His research focuses on macroeconomic history, with a special interest in inequality. He is further interested in economic geography and urban economics.
Arno BaurinIRES/LIDAM (UCLouvain) & FRESH-FNRS
Ph.D. student at IRES/LIDAM (UCLouvain, Belgium)
Mattis BeckmannshagenFree University Berlin
Ph.D. candidate in the program on “Public Economics and Inequality” at Freie Universität Berlin. Interested in Labor Econ and Inequality Research
Selçuk BedükISER, University of Essex
I am a Senior Research Officer at ISER, University of Essex. Previously, I have studied for a DPhil in Social Policy at the University of Oxford.
My research is on poverty, inequality and social policy. Some of my current studies examines the empirical validity of deprivation scales, the consequences of life course risks on household incomes and on overall inequality, and the mechanisms through which wealth transmits across generations.
Luna BellaniUniversity of Konstanz
Guillaume BérardAix-Marseille School of Economics
Applied microeconomist specializing in Public Economics, Urban Economics, Political Economy, and Inequality.
Associate faculty, Aix-Marseille School of Economics.
My favorite tools are econometric methods and natural experiments, using large administrative databases and surveys, with a special emphasis on spatial data. I am particularly interested in the public policy evaluation, housing, local taxes, and public finance.
Kristoffer BergUniversity of Oslo
I am a PhD candidate at the University of Oslo. I will be a Research Fellow at the Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation from autumn 2021. My work typically combines theory and empirics to study tax policy.
Gabriella BerloffaUniversità di Trento
I am full professor of Economics and member of the Academic Senate of the University of Trento. I teach advanced microeconomics and labour economics (BA, MA and PhD students). I am mainly interested in household economic choices (consumption, savings, labour supply) and their welfare consequences, with a particular attention to the influence of the socioeconomic context on intergenerational and gender inequalities.