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John Kay

University of Aberdeen

Michael Keating

Michael Keating is Professor Emeritus of Politics at the University of Aberdeen. He has published extensively on regionalism, European integration, urban studies, nationalism  and decentralisation.

IFS, The Health Foundation

Elaine Kelly

Elaine is the Head of Economics Research in the REAL Centre at the Health Foundation and a senior research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies. She is also a Deputy Director of the NIHR Health and Social Care Workforce Policy Research Unit. Her research focuses on various aspects of health and social care, including variation in healthcare use across time, space and different patient characteristics, end of life care, the nurse labour market and the low paid health and care workforce.

Francis Kennedy

Francis Kennedy worked for 25 years in debt capital markets in the City of London, before completing an MSc and PhD in economic history at the London School of Economics. Most recently, he has worked for Queen’s University, Belfast on an ESRC grant-funded project, The Sterling Area Revisited. De Bromhead et al, 2022 is a recent output from this study.

University College Cork; Lund University, Sweden

Seán Kenny

Dr. Seán Kenny is a post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Economics in University College Cork, Ireland and is a research affiliate of Lund University, Sweden and Queen’s University, Belfast. His research focuses primarily on macroeconomic history, with particular focus on financial crises, public debt, political economy and productivity. He is the Principal Investigator on the project External Shocks and Fiscal Sustainability.

The Economist

Soumaya Keynes

Soumaya Keynes is the Britain Economics Editor for The Economist, based in London. She also co-host a podcast called Trade Talks. Before joining The Economist Soumaya did research on the public finances and pensions at the Institute for Fiscal Studies.