Per Krusell, Eliana La Ferrara, Lucrezia Reichlin and Manuel Trajtenberg announced as 2021 Foreign Honorary Members of the American Economic Association (AEA).

Friday, April 30, 2021

Per Krusell, Eliana La Ferrara, Lucrezia Reichlin and Manuel Trajtenberg awarded Foreign Honorary Membership to the American Economic Association (AEA).  

CEPR is delighted that four CEPR Research Fellows - Per Krusell, Eliana La Ferrara, Lucrezia Reichlin and Manuel Trajtenberg - have been awarded Foreign Honorary Membership to the American Economic Association (AEA) in light of their significant contributions to the field of Economics.  

The Foreign Honorary Members award is presented to foreign economists of distinction. Honorees are elected by the American Economic Association's Executive Committee upon recommendation from the Honors and Awards committee. Read the full statement from the AEA here.

Per Krusell is a Research Fellow for CEPR's Monetary Economics and Fluctuations (MEF) programme, Macroeconomics and Growth (MG) programme and Public Economics (PE) programme. He is Savings Banks Foundations and Swedbank Chair in Macroeconomics, IIES, Stockholm University. You can read a selection of his work below: 

Per's CEPR Discussion Papers can be found here, including:

He has also written for VoxEU, including:

Eliana La Ferrara is a Programme Director for CEPR's Development Economics Programme and a Research Fellow for CEPR's Political Economy programme. She is Invernizzi Chair in Development Economics, Bocconi University. You can read a selection of her work below: 

Eliana's CEPR Discussion Papers can be found here, including:

She has also written for VoxEU, including:

Lucrezia Reichlin is a Research Fellow for CEPR's Monetary Economics and Fluctuations (MEF) programme. She is a Professor of Economics, London Business School; Chair European Corporate Governance Institute; CEPR Research Fellow and trustee; IFRS Foundation trustee (chair steering committee sustainability reporting); Fellow of the British Academy; Fellow of the Econometric Society. You can read a selection of her work below:

Lucrezia's CEPR Discussion Papers can be found here, including:

Lucrezia's VoxEU articles can be found here, including:

Manuel Trajtenberg is a Research Fellow for CEPR's International Organisation (IO) and Organizational Economics (OE) programmes. He is a professor of economics at Tel Aviv University and chair of the Planning and Budgeting Committee of the Council for Higher Education in Israel. You can read a selection of his work below: 

Manuel's CEPR Discussion Papers can be found here, including: