Antionio's research interests are in finance, economic theory and experimental economics.
Professor of Economics
Orazio's research interests are in consumption, household behaviour, development economics and macroeconomics.
Saleem's research is at the intersection of macroeconomics and finance with a particular focus on international financial policies, corporate behaviour and bank capital regulation.
Richard's research focuses on microeconometrics, labour supply, savings and consumption, household behaviour, taxation, public economics.
Wendy's research interests are in macroeconomics, institutions as an influence on economic performance, economics of transition, and paradigm shifts in economic theory and instruction.
Office hours: Term 1 2022: Wednesday 4:30 - 5:30 from 12th October (except reading week)
Martin's expertise is in repeated games, auctions and learning.
Silvia Dal Bianco
Ben's research interests are econometrics, particularly casual interference, non parametrics, and panel data methods.
Christian's research interests are in population economics (migration, economics of the family), labour economics (education, wage structures, and earnings mobility), and microeconometrics.
Raffaella researches, time series econometrics and forecasting with an emphasis on applications to macroeconomic data.
Joao's research focuses on empirical industrial organization and applied microeconomics.
Stephen's research uses unstructured data to build new measures of economic activity and behaviour.
Jonas is a development economist whose research overlaps with labor and organizational economics.
Hyejin has expertise in labour economics, applied microeconomics and economic development.
Office hours: Wednesdays 4pm-5pm
Valerie is the Joint Faculty Teaching Committee representative.
Daniel's research interests are time series econometrics and empirical macroeconomics.
Associate Professor (Teaching) and BSc Economics Programme Co-Director
Ralph has expertise in macroeconomics, computational economics, and monetary economics.
Professor of Economics and Finance and MSc Finance Scientific Director, and Director of the MRes/PhD Financial Economics
Associate Lecturer (Teaching)
Duygu's researh interests focus on experimental and behavioral economics, gender economics, applied microeconomics.
Malcolm researches mathematical modelling in economics, nonlinear dynamics and the theory of national income accounting.
Room: 313, Drayton House, UCL
Tel: 020 7679 5867 (x25867)
Professor of Economics (Teaching)
Peter's main research interest is in mechanism design (procurement procedures, and auctions) with a special emphasis on mechanisms without money/transferable utility (such as arbitration procedures, voting rules and matching mechanisms).
Lecturer, MSc Economics Progamme Director and Admissions Tutor
Michael's interests are in behavioral economics, experimental economics, and political economy.
Michela has expertise in labour economics and applied microeconometrics.
Professor and MRes/MPhil/PhD Programme Director
Marcos Vera Hernandez
Room: 120, Drayton House
Tel: +44 (0)20 3549 5347 (x25347)
Economics students: please see Moodle/Departmental and Personal Tutor pages
Others: Tuesdays, 9.30am-10.30am (term time only)
Associate Professor of Economics and Finance
Ming's research lies at the intersection of finance and microeconomics. He studies corporate finance, market microstructure, (mis-)coordination, incentive contract and monitoring, etc., from the angle of strategic information acquisition/disclosure.
Ji Hee Yoon
Ji Hee's research focuses on market microstructure, finance and microeconomics.
Room: 312, Drayton House
Andrei's research interests lie broadly in Econometrics and Applied Econometrics.