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The Cambridge-INET Institute - continuing as the Janeway Institute


Dr. Rhys Bidder

Rhys Bidder is a Senior Teaching Associate at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research. He has previously worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (including a system interchange program to the Board of Governors) and the Bank of England. After completing his PhD at NYU under Thomas Sargent, Rhys' research has touched on asset pricing and business cycles in the presence of ambiguity and also on bank behavior and the effects of financial regulation. His current work explores detailed firm and loan level data to gain insights into the propagation of shocks through the financial system and broader economy.


Dr. Juan Block

Juan Block is College Assistant Professor at Clare College, and previously was a Janeway Fellow in Economics at the Faculty of Economics. He specialises in microeconomic theory, with a particular interest in game theory. He studies the fundamental economic incentives driving cooperation and reputation in environments where individuals only observe imperfect information about others' behaviour. He also investigates the role of learning processes based on social comparisons used by economic agents to make optimal choices when they have limited information and bounded memory.


Dr Lu Han

Dr. Lu Han

Lu Han is a lecturer at the University of Liverpool Management School. He obtained his PhD in Economics from the University of Cambridge. Prior to joining Liverpool, he worked as a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Faculty of Economics at Cambridge. He is a macroeconomist with research interests in International Economics, Open Macroeconomics, Firms and Trade. His recent work includes the impact of Brexit on firms’ export and pricing decisions



Dr Hua Ye

Dr. Hua Ye

Hua Ye is the chief investment officer of Pandtong Capital (HK). He leads a team of researchers to trade and invest in global financial markets through scientific methods. Prior to joining Pandtong Capital, he has more than 12 years quantitative trading experience in hedge funds and investment banks. His main research interest is in empirical finance, such as high frequency trading and machine learning application in finance. Hua holds a PhD in Engineering from Cambridge University and he also graduated with a BS degree from Tsinghua University China.