I am a PhD student in Political Economy at the University of St. Gallen and currently a visiting PhD researcher at Stanford University. My PhD dissertation explores the political economy of natural disasters and is part of a project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation. Other research areas include behavioral political economy, economic and political forecasting, labor economics, public policy, causal inference, and the economics of Artificial Intelligence. More detailed information about myself can be found in my CV (Download CV.).
- APSA Conference, San Francisco, 3-6 September 2015
- EPSA Conference, Vienna, 25-27 June 2015
- University of Stuttgart, 3-4 July 2015
- University of Lausanne, 6-7 February 2015
- Mannino (2014). The Swiss "Job Miracle", KOF Working Papers No. 368, December, Zurich. (joint with Michael Siegenthaler and Michael Graff)
- Mannino (2013). Die neue Schätzung des Schweizerischen Erwerbspersonenpotenzials an der KOF, KOF Analysen, Winter 2013/2014, 45-56, Zurich. (joint with Michael Siegenthaler and Michael Graff)
- Mannino (2012). A Real Time Evaluation of Employment Forecasts in Switzerland, KOF Working Papers No. 320, November, Zurich. (joint with Michael Siegenthaler and Michael Graff)
Work in Progress
- Core, Swing, or Opposition? Electoral Targeting and the Allocation of Disaster Relief Aid (download abstract)
- Prepare or Relief? Disaster Policy Preferences after a Millennium Flood (joint with Michael Bechtel)
- The Impact of Natural Disasters on Financial Markets (joint with Thomas Spycher)
- Long-Term Fiscal Policy Analysis: Time Series Evidence from the Canton of Fribourg (joint with Florian Chatagny) (download abstract)
- Quantitative Methods (University of St.Gallen, Spring 2015, TA)
- The Swiss Job miracle: '10vor10'
- University of St.Gallen
- Stanford University
- KOF Swiss Economic Research Institute ETH Zurich
- Swiss National Science Foundation
You can find me on the following platforms:
- Prof. Michael Bechtel (PhD Supervisor, University of St.Gallen)
- Prof. Jens Hainmueller (PhD Co-Supervisor, Stanford University)
- Raising for Effective Giving
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