Filippo Maria D'ArcangeloToulouse School of Economics
Daniele d'ArienzoBocconi University
I am a PhD Candidate at Bocconi University working in Behavioral Finance, Behavioral Economics and Asset Pricing. Currently, I am engaged in understanding realistic expectation formation processes of economic agents as well as their implications for financial markets and macroeconomic policies, using both theory and data. During 2018/2019, I have been a visiting fellow at Harvard University, while prior to the PhD I earned a MSc in Physics at University of Trieste.
Adrien d'AvernasStockholm School of Economics
Adrien d'Avernas is an assistant professor of Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics. He earned his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2017. His research expertise is in asset pricing, financial intermediation, and monetary policy. His recent works mainly focus on measuring the stability of the financial sector and the impact of financial regulation on the liquidity of safe assets, such as treasury bills and repurchase agreements.
Husnu DalgicUniversity of Mannheim
Macroeconomist at U of Mannheim. Born in Turkey, I obtained Masters from U of Toulouse and PhD from Northwestern Uni. My research interest are International Macro/Finance. I have written on financial flows in emerging markets and dollarization.
Claudio DaminatoETH Zurich
I am a Post-Doc at the Center of Economic Research of ETH Zurich. I obtained my PhD in Economics from the University of Verona in 2016. Previously, I was visiting scholar at the Department of Economics of Stanford University. Before joining ETH Zurich, I spent one year at the European Central Bank in Frankfurt. My main research interests are in household consumption, saving, portfolio allocation, labor supply and energy-related choices. A second line of my research focuses on financial economics.
Saman DaroughehDanmarks Nationalbank
Saman Darougheh did his PhD at the Institute for International Economic Studies in Stockholm. Now he does research at the Danish Central Bank. His work is on macroeconomics, labor economics, and search theory.
Sabyasachi DasAshoka University
Sabyasachi obtained his Ph.D. from Yale University and is currently an assistant professor at Ashoka University, a new liberal arts university on the outskirts of Delhi, India. His research interests are political economy, public economics, and development economics. He is currently pursuing various projects on behavioral political economy, which, broadly speaking, examines the implications of having behavioral agents (voters and politicians) in the electoral process.
Sandra DaudignonParis School of Economics and Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne
Sandra Daudignon is a PhD candidate in Macroeconomics at the Paris School of Economics and at the Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne. She is doing research in the fields of monetary and financial economics. During the PhD, she spent one year as a research assistant in the Directorate General Research of the European Central Bank. She was teaching assistant at the Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne and at the Université Cergy Pontoise for four years. She visited the University of Wisconsin Madison for one semester to consolidate her skills in computational economics. She has a background in quantitative economics with a master degree in empirical and theoretical research from the Paris School of Economics and from the Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne. During the research master, she served as a research assistant at CEPII for one semester. She will defend her thesis early in the fall and will be on the 2020/2021 job market.
Olivier De GrooteToulouse School of Economics
My research is on empirical microeconomics, within the fields of labor economics and industrial organization. From an applied perspective, I am currently working on educational policies (early tracking, school/college choice) and environmental policies (solar panel subsidies). From a methodological perspective, I work on improving (dynamic) discrete choice models to reduce the computational burden, while relaxing assumptions that are likely to bias results of important applied questions.
Pierangelo De PacePomona College
I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at Pomona College. I have focused on issues relating to business cycle synchronization; the leading properties of the term structure of interest rates and of yield spreads; the dynamic behavior of nominal interest rates and spreads and their relationship with the business cycle; the cyclical characteristics of international capital flows; and the price dynamics of commodities and cryptocurrencies.