Luis Angel Monroy Gomez FrancoThe Graduate Center, City University of New York
I am a PhD. Candidate in Economics at The Graduate Center, CUNY and both Adjunct Professor at The City College of New York, and External Associate Researcher at the Centro de Estudios Espinosa Yglesias (CEEY).
My research interests are in the intersection of social mobility, distributional analysis, labor economics and social stratification.
I expect to graduate in 2022 and will be on the job market during the 2021-2022 academic year.
I’m an applied economist, PhD (Paris School of Economics, PSE), interested in economic mobility, income distribution, measurement, public economics and education. I hold two master degrees in economics (MRes in Quantitative Economics at PSE + MSc in Economics at UPF) and recent experience teaching Statistics at the Paris Institute of Political Studies (SciencesPo Paris) and Université Sorbonne Nouvelle. I recently served as Research Officer at the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative.
Marc MorganUniversity of Geneva & World Inequality Lab
I am a Research and Teaching Fellow in the Department of History, Economics and Society at the University of Geneva, and the Western Europe Coordinator of the World Inequality Database at the World Inequality Lab. My research focuses on the measurement, history and institutional aspects of economic distribution, on how it relates to the macroeconomy, its development, and its politics, with a focus on Europe and Latin America. I also do work on policies for shared and sustainable prosperity.