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BenetrixaAgustín Bénétrix
Agustín Bénétrix is Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics. His research focuses on financial globalisation, international capital flows, exchange rates and fiscal policy. Previously to joining the Department of Economics, he worked as post-doctoral Fellow in projects sponsored by the Irish Research Council and the European Research Council. He serves as Associate Editor for Economia (The journal of the Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association). Agustín holds a PhD in Economics from Trinity College Dublin. Further details and publications are available at https://agustinbenetrix.org/

galstyanvVahagn Galstyan
Vahagn Galstyan is Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics. His research interests are in the field of applied international macroeconomics. His research focuses mainly on equilibrium exchange rates and international financial flows. His current work analyses the relation between equilibrium exchange rates and public debt, infrastructure and international competitiveness. In relation to international financial flows, he is working on the currency composition of bonds, as well as the geopolitical distribution of international securities. Vahagn holds a PhD in Economics from Trinity College Dublin. Further details and publications are available at http://www.vahagn-galstyan.com/

HaddanfFadi Hassan
Fadi Hassan is Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics. His current research focuses on the role of bank credit on productivity growth, resource misallocation, capital flows and inequality as well as on long-run determinants of exchange rates. He has been a consultant for the European Central Bank, European Commission, European Investment Bank, World Bank and an advisor to Unicredit Bank. He is currently a Fellow at the Bank of Italy. Fadi holds a PhD from the London School of Economics. Further details and publications are available at http://www.fadihassan.eu/


honohanpPatrick Honohan
Patrick Honohan is Honorary Professor at the Department of Economics and former governor of the Central Bank of Ireland. His current research focuses on monetary and financial policies during financial crises in both developing countries and advanced economies. Patrick has been a member of the governing council of the European Central Bank, a senior advisor at the World Bank and an economic advisor to the Irish Prime Minister. He is currently a Senior non-Resident Fellow at Peterson Institute of International Economics. Patrick holds a PhD from the London School of Economics. Further details and publications are available at https://ideas.repec.org/e/pho42.html


lanepPhilip R. Lane
Philip R. Lane is Whately Professor of Political Economy at the Department of Economics (on leave). He is currently serving as the Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland. His research interests include financial globalisation, macroeconomics of exchange rates and capital flows, macroeconomic policy design and European monetary integration. Philip has chaired the Advisory Scientific Committee of the European Systemic Risk Board and was Director of the International Macroeconomics and Finance Programme at the CEPR. He has also acted as an academic consultant for the European Central Bank, European Commission, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, OECD, Asian Development Bank and a number of national central banks. Philip holds a PhD in Economics from Harvard University. Further details and publications are available at http://www.philiplane.org/

Romelli_DDavide Romelli
Davide Romelli is Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics. His research focuses on international finance and macroeconomics, central banking and financial supervision. His current work focuses on the institutional design of central banks with a focus on its origin and implications for monetary policy across countries. Davide holds a PhD from ESSEC Business School and THEMA-University of Cergy-Pontoise. Further details and publications are available at http://www.davideromelli.com/

scanlonpPaul Scanlon
Paul Scanlon is Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics. His research interests focus in the areas of macroeconomics and finance.  He is currently working on consumption risk sharing across countries as well as on home bias in prediction markets by using sport events. Paul obtained his PhD from the University of Berkeley. Further details and publications are available at http://www.paulscanlon.net/



wycherleymMichael Wycherley
Michael Wycherley is Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics and joined the department in 2007. His research is in the field of international economics and macroeconomics. He works on a wide range of topics, including growth and development, monetary and fiscal policy, and labour market flexibility. Michael obtained his PhD in Economics from the European University Institute. Further details and publications are available at https://sites.google.com/site/wycherlm/