Thomas J. Sargent is a Professor of Economics at New York University and recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics in 2011 for work in macroeconomics.
John Stachurski is a Professor of Economics at Australian National University with interests in Markov process theory, asset pricing, dynamic programming and numerical methods.
Alfred Galichon is a Professor of Economics and Mathematics at New York University with research interests in Econometrics, Quantitative Economics, and Data Science.
Daisuke Oyama is a Professor at the University of Tokyo with research interests in game theory, and also a maintainer of Games.jl.
Matthew McKay is a post-doctoral researcher and lead developer at Australian National University with research interests in computational development economics and international trade.
Richard W. Evans is Director of the Open Source Macroeconomics Laboratory, Fellow at the Becker Friedman Institute, and Senior Lecturer in the M.A. Program in Computational Social Science at the University of Chicago. He specializes in macroeconomics, public economics, and computational economics.
Sevin Yeltekin is a Professor of Economics at Carnegie Mellon University with research interests in computational economics and macroeconomics.
Pablo Winant is a research economist at the Bank of England and creator of the dolo package.
Eli Knaap is a research scientist and Associate Director of the Center for Geospatial Sciences at the University of California-Riverside, with interests in spatial data science, urban dynamics, and neighborhood effects. He is also a core developer for the Python Spatial Analysis Library (PySAL)
Chase Coleman received his PhD in Economics from New York University in May 2019. He is a co-founder and Managing Director of Valorum Data.
Andrij Stachurski is a Web Technology Consultant and a Front-end Web Developer/Designer who enjoys working remotely from different parts of the globe.
Harvey Thompson is a QuantEcon pre-doctoral research assistant based at the Australian National University.
Natasha Watkins is an Early Career Researcher at QuantEcon and based at Australian National University.
David Backus was the Heinz Riehl Professor of Economics at New York University’s Stern School of Business and a member of the QuantEcon steering committee until he passed away in 2016. A brilliant economist, an open source enthusiast and a wonderful colleague and friend, he is greatly missed by all the QuantEcon team.
Sagiri Kitao is a Professor at the University of Tokyo with research interests in macroeconomics and public policy.
Susan Athey is the Economics of Technology Professor at Stanford GSB, whose research lies at the intersection of machine learning and econometrics.
Arnav Sood is a Predoctoral Fellow at the Vancouver School of Economics (UBC), working with Jesse Perla.
José Bayoán Santiago Calderón is PhD candidate at Claremont Graduate University with research interests in computational economics and econometrics (job market candidate this year).
Quentin Batista is a pre-doctoral research assistant at QuantEcon and at the Becker Friedman Institute at the University of Chicago working with Thomas J. Sargent and Lars Peter Hansen. He works remotely from various places around the globe.
Shunsuke Hori is a PhD student in Economics at University of California, San Diego, with research interests in macroeconomics.
Spencer Lyon received his PhD in Economics from New York University Stern in September 2018. He is a co-founder of Valorum Data where he now works as a Managing Director and also teaches data science courses at UCF and private institutions in the central Florida area.
Zejin Shi is a pre-doctoral research assistant at QuantEcon based in Shenzhen.