Seven CEPR Researchers elected Fellows of the Econometric Society

Thursday, January 30, 2020

Congratulations to Francesco Caselli, Ricardo Reis, Sylvain Chassang, Alison Booth, Jan Eeckhout, Kate Ho and Barbara Rossi, who have been elected Fellows of the Econometric Society.

The Econometric Society is an international society for the advancement of economic theory in its relation to statistics and mathematics. The society is responsible for the publication of the journals Econometrica, Quantitative Economics, and Theoretical Economics. It also arranges scientific meetings across the world.

Francesco is Director of CEPR’s Macroeconomics and Growth (MG) Programme, Ricardo and Barabara are a Research Fellows in CEPR’s Monetary Economics and Fluctuations (MEF) Programme, Kate Ho and Sylvain Chassang are Research Fellows in CEPR's Industrial Organization (IO) Programme, Jan Eeckhout is a Fellow in CEPR's International Trade and Regional Economics (IT) Programme and Alison Booth is a Fellow in CEPR's Labour Economics (LE) Programme. All are long-term contributors to CEPR and VoxEU.

You can find Francesco’s CEPR Discussion papers here. They include:
The Human Capital Stock: A Generalized Approach
Author(s): Francesco Caselli and Antonio Ciccone
Published: November 2017

Diversification through Trade
Author(s): Francesco Caselli, Miklós Koren, Milan Lisicky and Silvana Tenreyro
Published: August 2015

You can find Francesco’s Vox columns here, including:
Imperfect substitution and development accounting
09 June 2018
Macro diversification through trade
14 October 2015

You can find Ricardo’s CEPR Discussion papers here. They include:
A Crash Course on the Euro Crisis
Author(s): Markus K Brunnermeier and Ricardo Reis
Published: September 2019

Can the Central Bank Alleviate Fiscal Burdens?
Author(s): Ricardo Reis
Published: January 2017

You can find Ricardo’s Vox columns here, including:
Economists relaxed about Bitcoin: New CFM-CEPR survey
21 December 2017
House prices and the UK economy
28 November 2017

You can find Alison’s CEPR Discussion papers here. They include:
Gender Differences in Tournament Performance Over Time: Can Women Catch-Up with Men?
Author(s): Alison L Booth, Ryohei Hayashi and Eiji Yamamura
Published: April 2019

Girls' and Boys' Performance in Competitions: What We Can Learn from a Korean Quiz Show
Author(s): Alison L Booth and Jungmin Lee
Published: February 2019

You can find Alison’s Vox columns here, including:
Gendered behaviour under psychological pressure 
11 May 2019 
The impact of within-group conflict on trust and trustworthiness 
25 March 2019 

You can find Barabara’s CEPR Discussion papers here. They include:
Identifying and Estimating the Effects of Unconventional Monetary Policy: How to Do It And What Have We Learned?
Author(s): Barbara Rossi
Published: October 2019

You can find Barabara’s Vox columns here, including:
When economic models are unable to fit the data
24 November 2014
Are exchange rates predictable?
14 November 2013

You can find Slyvian’s CEPR Discussion papers here. They include:
Selective Trials: A Principal-Agent Approach to Randomized Controlled Experiments
Author(s): Sylvain Chassang, Gerard Padró i Miquel and Erik Snowberg
Published: September 2010

You can find Jan’s CEPR Discussion papers here. They include:
Global Market Power
Author(s): Jan De Loecker and Jan Eeckhout
Published: June 2018

The Rise of Market Power and the Macroeconomic Implications
Author(s): Jan De Loecker and Jan Eeckhout
Published: August 2017

You can find Kate’s CEPR Discussion papers here. They include:
Equilibrium Provider Networks: Bargaining and Exclusion in Health Care Markets
Author(s): Katherine Ho and Robin S. Lee
Published: July 2018

The Impact of Consumer Inattention on Insurer Pricing in the Medicare Part D Program
Author(s): Katherine Ho, Joseph Hogan and Fiona Scott Morton
Published: December 2015