July 8th-10th 2021
Xavier RamosUniversitat Autònoma de Barcelona
I am a Professor at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. My recent research focusses on inequality of opportunity and intergenerational transmission of economic advantage.
Marco RanaldiCity University of New York
I am postdoctoral scholar at the Stone Center on Socio-Economic Inequality, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Starting Fall 2021, I will be Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Economics at University College London's SSEES. I hold a PhD from the Paris School of Economics.
My research interests lie at the intersection between economic inequality and political economy, with a focus on inequality measurement and the comparative analysis of economic systems.
Terhi RavaskaVATT Institute for Economic Research
Terhi Ravaska is a senior researcher in the areas of social security, taxation and income distribution at VATT Institute for Economic Research. In her research, Terhi has studied optimal taxation, Finland’s top earners and the Finnish pension system. Currently, she is studying the distributional consequences of Covid-19, Finnish 2005 pension reform, disability and part-time pension. In her studies, she uses data available in Finnish registers.
Yannick ReichlinEuropean University Institute
Meiqing RenUniversity of Illinois at Chicago
Meiqing Ren is a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Economics, University of Illinois at Chicago. She earned her M.S. in Economics from Baylor University. Her research lies at the intersection of Economics of Education and Development Economics.
Mattia RicciEU commission
Mattia is an Economist working in the Fiscal Policy Analysis team at the JRC-Seville. His current work focuses on the area of fiscal policy and green taxation.
Before joining the JRC in 2020, Mattia worked as Economic Advisor for the UK Communication Regulator (Ofcom) and for one of the UK Independent Fiscal Institutions (the Fiscal Commission). Mattia has also teaching experience in dynamic macroeconomics and introduction to economics.
Morgan Richards-MelamdirCUNY Graduate Center
Morgan Richards-Melamdir is a Sociology PhD student at the Graduate Center. She applies a global lens and cross-national and comparative methodologies to understand how political and economic organizations, policies, and decision-makers shape life chances, especially for those most socially and economically marginalized. The results of Richards-Melamdir’s research has featured in conferences, a UN Think Piece, policy briefs, a technical journal, and the International Journal of Sociology.
Felix RiojaTulane University
Jacob A. RobbinsUniversity of Illinois at Chicago
Jacob Robbins is an assistant professor of economics at the University of Illinois at Chicago. His research interests include inequality, capital gains, Covid-19 economics, and monetary economics.
Baxter RobinsonUniversity of Western Ontario
Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Western Ontario