On job market

Giacomo Gabbuti

St. Antony's College, University of Oxfo

DPhil student (Economic History) at St. Antony's College, University of Oxford, researching on inequality in income and wealth, social mobility, and history of inequality measurement in Modern Italy.

Giovanni Gallo

Sapienza University of Rome

Estefania Galvan

Universidad de la República

I am a researcher at Instituto de Economía (IECON), Universidad de la República (Uruguay) and I hold a PhD in Economics from Aix-Marseille University (thesis defended: December 2020). ​My research interests lie in the fields of applied labor economics, inequality and development, with an emphasis on gender issues.
I am currently investigating the effect of changes in wages across occupations related with technological advances on the gender wage gaps.

Borja Gambau-Suelves


I work as a Research Analyst at Complutense University of Madrid. My field interests are related with the study of inequality and poverty using microsimulation models like EUROMOD. In this regard I also study the design and effects of different public policies integrated in modern tax and transfer systems. At the same time, I work as Assistant Professor at King Juan Carlos University teaching Public Finances, Economics of Taxation and European Economic Integration

David Garces

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

PhD candidate at VU Amsterdam. Previously an LSE Fellow at the Department of Social Policy, I am currently working on the DEEP (Data and Evidence to end Extreme Poverty) project. My research interests lie on poverty, inequality and mobility in developing countries, with an emphasis on methodological aspects.

Xabier Garcia Fuente

University of Barcelona

I am PhD candidate at University of Barcelona. I study the political economy of redistribution and the history of welfare states, with a special emphasis on dualized systems in Southern Europe and Latin America.

Francisca García-Pardo

University of Malaga

Francisca García-Pardo is an assistant professor at the Department of Applied Economics (Statistics and Econometrics) at the University of Malaga and a member of EQUALITAS. She is PhD in Applied Mathematics and she was postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Applied Economics. Her research interests include the Economics of Inequality and Poverty, Fuzzy Logic and Order Theory. She has participated in different research projects and has extensive professional in mutinational private companies.

Andrea Geraci

European Commission, Joint Research Centre

I am an economist at the Competence Centre for Microeconomic Evaluation of the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre in Ispra, Italy. I am also an associate member of the Institute for New Economic Thinking, University of Oxford where he previously worked as Research Officer in the Employment, Equity, and Growth research team. I earned an MSc in Economics from the University of Bologna and a PhD at the Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER) - University of Essex.

Saikat Ghosh

LIfBi, Bamberg

I work as a Postdoc Research Associate at the Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi), Germany. I received my Ph.D. from the University of Bamberg in 2018. By training, I am a development economist and my research interests lie mainly, but not only, in economics of education, poverty, inequality, and child development.
My current research explores different aspects of German primary and secondary education, and also unequal opportunities in child development in India.

Marta Giagheddu

University of Lund

I am an assistant professor at the University of Lund. My research focuses on the interplay between individual heterogeneity and macroeconomic outcomes.
My papers are in the field of international macroeconomics and finance with a particular focus on exchange rates, distributional implications of taxation, economic impact of demographics, sovereign-banks nexus.