Dohun Kim

Dohun Kim is currently a Ph.D. Candidate at Washington University in St.Louis in Economics. He will be a research fellow at Korea Development Institute (KDI) in the coming fall.

His thesis explores the effect of welfare reform and EITC expansion on the human capital formation of single mothers. In general, he is interested in understanding the interaction between welfare and tax policies, and individual's choices and its implication on their future career advancement.

Amos Golan

Amos Golan (BA, MS: Hebrew University of Jerusalem; PhD: UC Berkeley) is a professor of economics and directs the Info-Metrics Institute at American University. He is also an External Professor at the Santa Fe Institute and a Senior Associate at Pembroke College, Oxford. His research is primarily in the interdisciplinary field of info-metrics - the science of modeling, reasoning, and drawing inferences under conditions of noisy and insufficient information. He has published in economics, econometrics, statistics, mathematics, physics, visualization and philosophy journals.

Edoardo Ciscato

Edoardo Ciscato is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics of KU Leuven since Fall 2019 and holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Sciences Po Paris. He works on a broad set of topics in labor and family economics, including marriage markets, divorce, family labor supply, fertility, and human capital formation. He is specialized in the modeling and estimation of matching markets of different kinds - with or without frictions, static or dynamic. He is also interested in understanding the link between microeconomic behavior at the family level and aggregate inequality trends. 

Thomas Christiano

Thomas Christiano is Professor of Philosophy and Law at the University of Arizona and he is a Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse. He has been a fellow at All Souls College Oxford, the Australian National University, the National Humanities Center and the Center for the Study of Human Values at Princeton. He is co-editor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics (Sage). His work has been on democratic theory and the philosophy of international law. He is now working on a project on fairness in economic markets.

Dana Goldman

Dana Goldman is the Leonard D. Schaeffer Chair and a Distinguished Professor of Pharmacy, Public Policy, and Economics at the University of Southern California. He also directs the Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics, a centerpiece of one of the nation’s premier health policy and management programs (ranked #3 in 2016 by US News & World Report). Dr. Goldman is the author of over 200 articles and book chapters. He is a health policy advisor to the Congressional Budget Office, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Institute, Covered California, and several health care companies.

Plamen Nikolov

Plamen Nikolov is Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at The State University of New York (at Binghamton) and Affiliated Professor at The Harvard University Institute for Quantitative Social Studies. His expertise is in the design and execution of randomized control trials (RCTs) and cohort studies in resource-limited settings. Using mainly experimental methods, his research focuses on health, education and finance in developing countries including topics such as economics of HIV, primary education, labor markets and barriers to faster technology adoption.

Jonathan Beauchamp

Jonathan Beauchamp is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Toronto. His research primarily focuses on applied microeconomics, on behavioral economics, and on the emerging field of “genoeconomics” (which combines insights and methods from both economics and genetics to find genetic variants associated with economic preferences and outcomes and tackle questions of interest to both fields). He is a core researcher of the Social Science Genetic Association Consortium.