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University of Manchester

Kyriakos Neanidis

Kyriakos Neanidis is Reader in Macroeconomics at the University of Manchester and research affiliate at the Growth and Business Cycle Research Group. His research activity has covered a wide range of theoretical and empirical topics in development macroeconomics, with focus on issues that relate to economic growth, foreign aid, and public finance. He has also contributed to the economics of crime, while recently monetary and macroprudential policymaking have become major interests.

Matthew Neidell

Princeton University

Christopher A. Neilson

Christopher Neilson is an assistant professor of economics at Princeton University. He studies education markets and information frictions using a combination of empirical methods drawn from Labor Economics and Empirical Industrial Organization.

University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Brent Neiman

Brent Neiman is the Edward Eagle Brown Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. He conducts research on international macro, finance, and trade and is a co-founder of the Global Capital Allocation Project. He serves as the Director of the Initiative on International Economics at the Becker Friedman Institute, an Executive Board member of the Initiative for Global Markets at Chicago Booth, a Research Associate at the NBER, and a Research Fellow at the CEPR.

National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR)

David Nguyen

David is a Senior Economist at NIESR, and his research looks into how the digital transformation impacts our understanding of modern economies. In his current work he tries to make sense of how an increasing use of digital technologies affects measures of welfare, GDP, productivity. He is also working on issues related to digital innovation, reorganisation of global value chains, spatial disparities, and the value of data as a key input to production. David holds a PhD from LSE.

University of York

Cheti Nicoletti

Cheti Nicoletti is an IZA research fellow and research associate at ISER and CHILD-Collegio Carlo Alberto. Her main areas of research are applied micro-econometrics, family economics and education with special interests in intergenerational mobility, child’s health and educational outcomes, peer effects, wage and income inequalities.