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University of Oxford

Susan Jebb

Susan Jebb is professor of diet and population health at the University of Oxford. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences and Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians.  She leads a research team focused on the treatment of obesity and interventions to encourage healthy and sustainable diets.  Susan also works closely with national policymakers to support the translation of scientific evidence into policy and practice.

George Washington University

Remi Jedwab

Remi Jedwab is an associate professor of Economics and International Affairs at the Elliott School and the Department of Economics of George Washington University and an Affiliated Scholar of the Marron Institute of Urban Management at New York University. Professor Jedwab’s main fields of research are development and growth, urban economics, labor economics and political economy. Some


Cloda Jenkins

Cloda Jenkins is Principal Teaching Fellow in the Department of Economics at UCL and Associate Director of the UCL Centre for Teaching and Learning Economics (CTaLE). She is an expert in pedagogy of economics education in Higher Education, with particular interst in learning and assessment in online or blended courses. In the classroom (face to face or virtual), and in her research, she focuses on how best to develop students’ employability skills within an economic degrees and how to

University of Reading

Sarah Jewell

Sarah Jewell is an Associate Professor in economics at the University of Reading. Her main research interests lie in the fields of the graduate labour market, gender and the labour market, and the economics of sport: with a particular focus on economics insights using cricket data.

Lancaster University

Geraint Johnes

Geraint Johnes is Professor of Economics at Lancaster University. He has published widely in leading economics journals on efficiency measurement & labour markets, & is author of several books. His most recent work concerns the gig economy at regional level in the UK, & on the employment effects of retail sector developments. Geraint is a regular commentator on economic events on TV & radio, and has recently provided analysis on COVID-19 for (amongst others) BBC 5live, France24,

Wales Centre for Public Policy

Craig Johnson

Craig is a Research Associate with the Wales Centre for Public Policy. He has recently published reports on migration policy, the implications of Brexit for Wales, and public service leadership. His research interests are in politics and public policy. He has published in leading refereed academic journals on issues of party politics, public opinion and elections. He completed his PhD in Politics at Newcastle University in February 2018, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.