- Amarante, Massimiliano
- Bellou, Andriana
- Bossert, Walter
- Cardia, Emanuela
- Carrasco, Marine
- Dizdar, Deniz
- Dudley, Léonard
- Ehlers, Lars
- Garcia, René
- Gaudry, Marc
- Hollander, Abraham J
- Horan, Sean
- Kaymak, Baris
- Lewis, Joshua
- Marcoux, Mathieu
- Martens, André
- Mccausland, William J.
- Panousi, Vasia
- Perron, Benoit
- Poitevin, Michel
- Rauh, Christopher
- Schott, Immo
- Sprumont, Yves
- Stumpner, Sebastian
Emanuela Cardia studied at the London School of Economics and earned her PhD in Economics from the University of California at Berkeley.
She is a Full Professor and has directed the Department of Economics since June 2015.
Her research mainly concerns understanding the origins of cyclical economic fluctuations in industrialized countries and the effects of policies.
Areas of expertise
'Market Work, Housework and Childcare: A Time Use Approach' (with Paul Gomme), March 2017. Forthcoming Review of Economic Dynamics.
‘The Crowding-in effects of Fiscal Spending: Does Endogeneity Play any Role?’ (with S. Ambler and H. Bouakez), Research in Economics 2017, 71 (3), pages 399-410.
'Occupations after WWII: The Legacy of Rosie the Riveter' (with A. Bellou), Explorations in Economic History, 62, 2016: 124-142.
'Sectoral Price Rigidity and Aggregate Dynamics' (with H. Bouakez and F. J. Ruge-Murcia), European Economic Review, 65, 2014: 1-22.
'The Transmission of Monetary Policy in a Multisector Economy' (with H. Bouakez and F. J. Ruge Murcia),International Economic Review, 50 (4), 2009:1243-1266.
'Habit Formation and the Persistence of Monetary Shocks' (with H. Bouakez and F.. J. Ruge-Murcia), Journal of Monetary Economics, 52(6), 2005: 1073-1088.
'International Business Cycles: What are the Facts?' (with S. Ambler and C. Zimmermann), Journalof Monetary Economics, 51 (2), 2004: 257-276.
‘Intergenerational Time Transfers and Childcare' (with S. Ng), Review of Economic Dynamics, (6), 2003: 431-454.
'International Transmission of the Business Cycle in a Multi-Sector Model' (with S. Ambler and C. Zimmermann), European Economic Review 46 (2), 2002:273-300.
'Replicating Ricardian Equivalence Tests with Simulated Series', American Economic Review 87, 1997: 65-79.