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University of Bristol

Sabina Sanghera

Sabina is a Health Economist in the Health Economics Bristol (HEB) group at the University of Bristol. Her expertise is in (1) the measurement and valuation of health and broader outcomes and (2) economic evaluation of public health interventions with intersectoral costs and benefits. Sabina’s current NIHR fellowship explores how best to account for the impact of fluctuating health states on quality of life measures included in economic evaluation.

University of Warwick

Marta Santamaria

Dr. Santamaria holds a PhD in Economics from Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. She joined the University of Warwick as an Assistant Professor in 2019. She received the Young Economist Award by the European Economic Association (2019). Her main fields of expertise are International Trade, Spatial Economics and Urban Economics. Recently she has been working on the economics of Transport Infrastructure, the persistence of Border frictions in Europe and the allocation of Public Procurement in Spain and France. She is also an associate at CAGE (Competitive Advantage and Global Economy) Research Centre and a member of the Spatial Disparities Policy network at the CEPR.

Sorbonne Business School — University Paris I Sorbonne

Stéphane Saussier

Stéphane Saussier is a Professor of Economics and Public Management at the Sorbonne Business School – University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne – where he is running a research group working on the Economics of Public Private Partnerships. He is also a Professor of Economics at the Blavatnik School of Government – Oxford. Stéphane is regularly involved in reports for international institutions such as OECD, UN and European Parliament.

University of Kent, Centre for Macroeconomics

Anthony Savagar

Anthony Savagar is a senior lecturer in economics at the University of Kent. His research focuses on macroeconomics, industrial organization and productivity.

London School of Economics

Liz Sayce

Liz Sayce is a Visiting Senior Fellow at the London School of Economics. She was Chief Executive of Disability Rights UK (and its legacy charity Radar) from 2007-2017, where she led work for equal participation for all, through programmes on independent living, career opportunities and shifts in cultural attitudes and behaviour. Liz is Chair of the Commission for Equality in Mental Health, hosted by the Centre for Mental Health, and a member of the Social Security Advisory Committee.

University of Bristol

Ariane Scanlon-Jennings

Ariane Scanlon-Jennings graduated from the University of Bristol with a BSc in Economics. Her interests lie in political and environmental economics. In the domain of political economics, she completed a dissertation studying the effect of increasing ethnic diversity on support for far-right political parties in the UK. Following graduation, she is working in public equity.