Ashraful Mahfuze

Alberto Marcato

Bocconi university

Viktor Marinkov

University of Oxford

I am a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Oxford and Queen's College.
My research explores two distinct topics in economics. One of them is the study of the importance of expectations, bounded rationality and incomplete knowledge in understanding macroeconomic phenomena. The second focuses on cross-country differences in productivity and firm dynamics, and in particular the role that technology-skill complementarities play in their evolution.

Kopal Mathur

University of Queensland - IIT Delhi Academy of Research (UQIDAR)

Kopal is a doctoral student at the University of Queensland(Australia) and IIT Delhi (India). Her research interests lie in labour, education, gender, and development economics. She is broadly working on talent allocation in India in her doctoral research. Her focus is on the features of the Indian labor market, which translate into a suboptimal allocation of workers' talent, and on the evaluation of policies aimed at mitigating these distortions.

Lauren McInally

Kulnicha Meechaiyo

Gustavo Mellior

University of Liverpool

I’m a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Liverpool. My main of field of work is in heterogeneous agent macroeconomics. My research interests are primarily concerned with the macroeconomic and distributional impact of higher education funding and consumer bankruptcy laws.

Anna Mergoni

Irina Merkurieva

David Mesa-Ruiz