Roxana Mihet is Assistant Professor of Finance at HEC Lausanne and Faculty Member of the Swiss Finance Institute and Research Affiliate of the CEPR. Her research is at the intersection of macroeconomics, finance, and information economics. Roxana examines the modern data economy and how new technologies, such as artificial intelligence and big data, are impacting the macroeconomy and financial markets. She uses a blend of theoretical, structural and empirical techniques to examine these topics. Her research has won various prizes, including the ECB Young Economists' Competition, the Cubist Strategies Prize for Outstanding Research at the WFA, and the Sandoz Foundation - Monique de Meuron Program Fellowship, which allows her to create the first research task-force in French-speaking Switzerland on the economics of AI and big data. Prior to HEC Lausanne, Roxana completed a Ph.D. in Business Economics at NYU, Stern School of Business, an M.Phil. in Economics at the University of Oxford, and a B.A. in Economics and Mathematics at the University of Chicago. She also worked, over the years, in the Research Departments of the IMF, BIS, EBRD and Norges Bank on macro-finance and financial stability issues.