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Find me a guest speaker for a corporate board meeting

The potential candidates for a guest speaker are Stéphane Bonhomme, Manasi Deshpande, Michael Dinerstein, Michael Greenstone, Matthew Notowidigdo, Lawrence Christiano, Richard Walker, Steven J. Davis, and David Marshall.

We identified four professors from University of Chicago, three professors from Northwestern University, and then researched further to find two additional choices located in Chicago that are also experts in macroeconomics. We focused on macroeconomics experts who have a focus in utilities, banking, or healthcare. A large majority of the professors identified do not have a LinkedIn profile. It also might be the case that their LinkedIn profiles are private. We've provided the name, contact information, a brief overview and area of focus for all the professors identified.

POTENTIAL GUEST SPEAKERS

Bonhomme is a professor of economics at the University of Chicago and the managing editor of the Review of Economic Studies. He has a Ph.D. from the University of Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne. His interests include macroeconomics with a special interest in labor economics.
He can be reached at (773) 834-6831 or sbonhomme@uchicago.edu.
We weren't able to find his profile on LinkedIn.

Deshpande is an assistant professor of economics at the University of Chicago. She has a Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her areas of interest are public finance, banking, insurance and labor markets.
She can be reached through her assistant Melissa Fordon at (773) 702-2417. Her email is "mdeshpande@uchicago.edu." She also has a LinkedIn email which can be reached here.

Dinerstein is an assistant professor at the University of Chicago. He has a Ph.D. from Stanford University. His areas of interest include public economics and education.
He can be reached at (773) 795-2937 or mdinerstein@uchicago.edu.
We weren't able to find his profile on LinkedIn.

Greenstone is the Milton Friedman Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago and the director of the Becker Friedman Institute as well as the director of the Energy Policy Institute at Chicago (EPIC). He has a Ph.D. from Princeton University. His areas of interest include labor economics, health economics, and public economics.
Here is a link to a speech he recently gave.
He can be reached at (773) 702-8250 or mgreenst@uchicago.edu.
We weren't able to find his profile on LinkedIn.

Notowidigdo is a professor at Northwestern University. He has a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His main areas of interest are labor and health economics.
He can be reached at noto@northwestern.edu or 847-491-8230.
We weren't able to find his profile on LinkedIn.

Christiano is the Department Chair of the Department of Economics at Northwestern University. He has a PhD from Columbia University. His main interest in macroeconomics is banking and monetary influences.
He can be reached at 847-491-8231 or l-christiano@northwestern.edu.
We weren't able to find his profile on LinkedIn.

Walker is an associate professor at Northwestern University. He has a PhD from London School of Economics. His research interests are in macroeconomics, political economy, and more specifically monetary influences and banking.
He can be reached at 847-491-8224 or richard-walker@northwestern.edu.
We weren't able to find his profile on LinkedIn.

Davis is a Director at Global Economics Group as well as a professor of International Business and Economics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He has a Ph.D. from Brown University. His interests are monetary influences, banking, public policy, and worker mobility.
He can be reached at 1-773-702-7312 or steve.davis@chicagobooth.edu.
His LinkedIn profile is linked here.

Marshall served as a senior vice president in the economic research department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Currently, he is a professor at Kellogg School of Management. His interests are primarily tied to the financial markets and institutions, as well as macroeconomic performance of financial markets.
He can be reached at david.marshall@kellogg.northwestern.edu.
We weren't able to find his profile on LinkedIn.

CONCLUSION

The four potential candidates for a guest speaker from the University of Chicago are Stéphane Bonhomme, Manasi Deshpande, Michael Dinerstein and Michael Greenstone. From Northwestern University we identified Matthew Notowidigdo, Lawrence Christiano and Richard Walker. The additional two potential candidates for a guest speaker from Chicago are Steven J. Davis and David Marshall.
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