Oriana Bandiera, Luigi Guiso, Paul Klemperer and John Van Reenen announced as 2022 Foreign Honorary Members of the American Economic Association (AEA).

Thursday, April 28, 2022

Four CEPR Research Fellows awarded Foreign Honorary Membership to the American Economic Association (AEA).  

CEPR is delighted that four CEPR Research Fellows - Oriana Bandiera, Luigi Guiso, Paul Klemperer and John Van Reenen - 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.

Oriana Bandiera is a Research Fellow for CEPR's Development Economics (DE) programme (where she has also been a Programme Director), Organizational Economics (OE) programme, Industrial Organization (IO) programme and Public Economics (PE) programme. She is the Sir Anthony Atkinson Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics, and a fellow of the British Academy, the Econometric Society, BREAD and IZA. You can read a selection of her work below: 

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

She has also written for VoxEU, including:

Luigi Guiso is a Research Fellow for CEPR's Financial Economics (FE) Programme, International Macroeconomics and Finance (IMF), Macroeconomics and Growth (MG) and Political Economy (POE) programme. He is Axa Professor of Household Finance at the Einaudi Institute for Monetary, Banking and Financial Studies in Rome. You can read a selection of his work below: 

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

He has also written for VoxEU, including:

Paul Klemperer is a Research Fellow for CEPR's International Organization (IO) programme and Organizational Economics (OE) programme. He is the Edgeworth Professor of Economics at Oxford University. You can read a selection of his work below:

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

His VoxEU articles can be found here, including:

John Van Reenen is a Research Fellow for CEPR's International Organisation (IO) programme, Labour Economics (LE) programme and Organizational Economics (OE) programme. He is the Ronald Coase School Professor at the London School of Economics (LSE) and Digital Fellow, Initiative for the Digital Economy at the Massachusetts Institute for Technology (MIT). You can read a selection of his work below: 

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

His VoxEU articles can be found here, including: