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LSE & The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Roubitha David

Roubitha David is a public health consultant working in India. She recently completed a joint Msc in Health Policy, Planning and Financing from LSE and The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Her work broadly focuses on health systems and policies in developing countries and in the social determinants of health. She is also a member of the European Regional Leadership for the newly launched International Working Group for Health Systems Strengthening by Johns Hopkins University.

Economics Observatory & University of Bristol

Richard Davies

Richard Davies is an economist and author. He is a Professor at the University of Bristol, a fellow at the London School of Economics and director of the Economics Observatory. He has been Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers at HM Treasury, an economist and speechwriter at the Bank of England, and economics editor of The Economist. He has previously published on money, banking and financial crises. His current research uses micro data to study economy-wide questions including prices and inflation, wages and productivity.

Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia

Apostolos Davillas

Apostolos Davillas is a Lecturer in Health Economics, Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia (UEA). He is also a Research Affiliate at HEDG, University of York, a Research Associate at ISER, University of Essex and a GLO Fellow. His research covers a range of topics such as the determinants of health, health care demand, utilisation of health services and health care costs, the economics of obesity, disability, and socio-economic inequalities in health and health care. Part of his research also focuses on the survey measurement of health, and particularly the use of biomarkers as health measures for social science and (health) economics research.

Chicago Booth

Steven Davis

Queen’s University Belfast

Alan de Bromhead

Alan de Bromhead is an economic historian with research interests in the history of globalisation, political extremism and Irish economic history. He is a Senior Lecturer in Economics at Queen’s University Management School, a Research Associate at Queen’s University Centre for Economic History and a Research Affiliate at CEPR.

University of Nottingham

Gianni De Fraja

Gianni is an applied microeconomist, whose work bridges applied theory and empirical analysis. His recent papers are in labour economics, health economics, and the economics of higher education. He is a Professor of Economics at the University of Nottingham, and Research Fellow at CEPR. He is currently examining the link between social and geographical mobility, and potential benefits of space-based policies as a response to geographically located shocks