Central European University
Daniel is a PhD candidate at the Central European University (Budapest, Hungary), he holds a diploma from the Corvinus University of Budapest. Before his PhD studies Daniel worked as a macroeconomic model developer at several public and private institutions in Hungary and the Czech Republic, as well as an advisor in Morocco, Mongolia and Spain. His research is mainly focused on economic growth and the macroeconomic consequences of demographic changes.
Period of visit: July–August 2017
Working paper: A detailed description of OGRE, the OLG model
Working paper: Aging, (pension) reforms and the shadow economy in Southern Europe
Working paper: More Gray, More Volatile? Aging and (Optimal) Monetary Policy
Discussion paper: Aging, informality and public policies in a small open economy