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Jérôme BolteJérôme BOLTE
Associate Professor, hired in 2010
Jérôme Bolte has obtained his PhD in mathematics from University Montpellier 2. In his research, Jérôme Bolte has studied algorithms for continuous optimization, subgradient methods, Newton’s method and nonsmooth  analysis.

 

 James HAMMITT
Professor, hired in 2010
James Hammitt is Professor of economics and decision sciences at Harvard School of Public Health. He is the director of the Harvard Center for Risk Analysis. His research concerns the development and application of quantitative methods—including benefit-cost, decision, and risk analysis—to health and environmental policy.

 

Christian HellwigChristian HELLWIG
Associate Professor, hired in 2010
Christian Hellwig is an economic theorist with interests in macroeconomics, finance, and game theory. He obtained a PhD in economics in 2002 from the London School of Economics. Hellwig joined the University of California, Los Angeles in 2002 as an assistant professor in 2002, and was promoted to tenured associate professor in 2007. In his research, Hellwig has studied the role of information for coordination problems, financial markets and the macro economy. He has also worked on frictions in lending markets and on the role of pricing frictions for inflation and aggregate price adjustment. Among others, Hellwig’s work has appeared in the American Economic Review, Econometrica, the Review of Economic Studies and the Journal of Political Economy.

Yassine LefouiliYassine LEFOUILI
Assistant Professor, hired in 2010
Yassine Lefouili has obtained his PhD in economics from University Paris 1. His research concerns industrial organization, intellectual property rights, competition policy and regulation.

 

 

François PoinasFrançois POINAS
Assistant Professor, hired in 2010
François Poinas has obtained his PhD from University Lyon 2. His research concerns labour economics and applied microeconometrics.

 

Vincent RebeyrolVincent REBEYROL
Assistant Professor, hired in 2010
Vincent Rebeyrol has obtained his PhD from University Paris 1. His research interests are international trade, economic geography, industrial organization and political economy.

 

 

Renato GomesRenato GOMES
Junior Chair, hired in 2010
Renato Gomes received a PhD in economics from Northwestern University in 2010. His research interests are microeconomic theory and industrial organization. His current research applies mechanism design techniques to two-sided-market problems, such as sponsored advertising and business-to-business platforms.

 

 

Yinghua He

Yinghua HE
Junior Chair, hired in 2010
Yinghua He received a PhD in economics from Columbia University in 2010. His research areas of interest are labour economics and empirical industrial organization. His current research focuses on the assignment mechanisms and students' welfare in school choice programs.

 

Roberto Pancrazi

Roberto PANCRAZI
Junior Chair, hired in 2010
Roberto Pancrazi has obtained a PhD in economics from Duke University in 2010. During his Ph.D. program, his research has mainly focused on quantitative macroeconomics, in particular in relation to the statistical properties of macroeconomic time series at different frequencies. His papers analyze the relevance of these properties for several issues in macro: how shocks are propagated and amplified in the economy, issues related to welfare analysis, and issues related to risk and asset prices, and to international macroeconomics.