Researchers

The Fintech and Digital Currencies RPN is led by Professor Antonio Fatás, the Portuguese Council Chaired Professor of Economics at INSEAD, based in Singapore. He received a Masters and Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University (Cambridge, MA, USA). His research covers areas such as the macroeconomic effects of fiscal policy, the connections between business cycles and growth and the effects of institutions on macroeconomic policy.

Other researchers involved: 

  • Tobias Adrian, International Monetary Fund 
  • Franklin Allen, Imperial College and CEPR
  • David Andolfatto, Federal Reserve St Louis 
  • Marlene Amstad, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen Finance Institute and Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority 
  • Raphael Auer, Bank for International Settlements and CEPR
  • Morten Bech, Bank for International Settlements 
  • Pierpaolo Benigno, LUISS Guido Carli, EIEF and CEPR
  • Aleksander Berentsen, University of Basel 
  • Markus Brunnemeier, Princeton University and CEPR
  • Christian Catalini, MIT Sloan 
  • Steve Cecchetti, Brandeis University and CEPR
  • Stijn Claessens, Bank for International Settlements and CEPR
  • Egemen Eren, Bank for International Settlements 
  • Ester Faia, Goethe University Frankfurt and CEPR
  • Antonio Fatás, INSEAD and CEPR
  • Tommaso Mancini Griffoli, International Monetary Fund 
  • Simon Johnson, MIT-Sloan and CEPR
  • Andrew Levin, Dartmouth College and CEPR
  • Andrea Maechler, Swiss National Bank
  • Dirk Niepelt, University of Bern and CEPR
  • Alessandro Rebucci, JHU Carey Business School and CEPR
  • Linda Schilling, Ecole Polytechnique CREST 
  • Hyun-Song Shin, Bank for International Settlements and CEPR
  • Fabian Schär, University of Basel 
  • Katrin Tinn, Imperial College Business School
  • Harald Uhlig, University of Chicago and CEPR
  • Tommaso Valletti, DG Competition, European Commission and Imperial College Business School
  • Beatrice Weder di Mauro, INSEAD and CEPR
  • David Yermack, NYU Stern