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Studying at Cambridge


Our Postdoc Fellows

About the Institute's Postdoctoral Research Fellows and their work.

Leonie Baumann (room 93)

"My research interests are microeconomic theory, social and economic networks, and game theory." (Read more)

Leonie Baumann has joined us from University of Hamburg in September 2016.


Office: Room 93


College Affiliation: Christ's College, Cambridge


Shoumitro Chatterjee



Research: "My research is at the intersection of trade and development economics"

Shoumitro joins us from Princeton University.

Web page:

Joining Cambridge-INET Michaelmas term 2018



Marco Valerio Geraci (room 90)


"My research interests lie in the field of financial econometrics. In particular, I am interested in systemic risk, financial stability regulation, and asset pricing." (Read More)

Marco joins us from Université libre de Bruxelles


Web page:

College affiliation: Fitzwilliam College


Alexey Gorn (room 66)



"My research interests are Macroeconomics, Macro-labor, and International trade. In particular, my research focuses on heterogeneity and inequality."

Alexey joins us from Universita Commerciale Luigi Bocconi


Web page:

College affiliation: Trinity College, Cambridge 

Mikhail Safronov (room 59)


Research: Microeconomic Theory

Mikhail joins us from Northwestern University, US

Web page:

College Affiliation: King's College, Cambridge




Merrick Li



Merrick joins us from University of Amsterdam.

Web page:

College affiliation: Fitzwilliam College

Joining Cambridge-INET Michaelmas term 2018




Benson Tsz Kin Leung



Research: Organization Theory, Industrial Organization, Incentive Theory.

Benson joins us from Toulouse School of Economics.

Web page:

College affiliation: Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge

Joining Cambridge-INET Michaelmas term 2018



Frederic Moisan (room 81)



Research: Game theory, behavioral economics, experimental economics, interactive epistemology, rationality, social preferences, cooperation, social networks, collective intentionality, social identity, moral psychology, logic.

Personal Site:




Chen Wang (room 88)



Research: Random Matrix Theory, Large Dimensional Statistical Inference

Chen joins us from National University of Singapore.