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London School of Economics and Political Science

Iva Tasseva

Iva Tasseva is a researcher in the Department of Social Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her research focuses on income inequality and poverty and the redistributive effect of tax-benefit policies within specific countries and in a cross-country comparative perspective. She also has extensive experience of tax-benefit microsimulation models for distributional analysis.

Food Foundation

Anna Taylor

Anna joined the Food Foundation as its first Executive Director at the beginning of June 2015 after 5 years at the Department for International Development.  At DFID Anna led the policy team on nutrition and supported the delivery of the UK’s global commitments to tackle undernutrition. She is a Board member for Veg Power and on the Strategic Policy Council for the International Food Policy Research Institute.  She is currently serving as Chief Independent Adviser to Henry Dimbleby for the development of the National Food Strategy.


Karl Taylor

Karl is a Professor of Economics at the University of Sheffield and an IZA research fellow. He is a member of the Grant Assessment Panel C of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). Employing secondary data research interests include applied micro-econometric analysis, e.g. labour economics and health economics. He has also examined macro-economic policy relevant questions usually from a micro perspective, e.g. household finances, financial expectations, consumption and business cycles.

OII, University of Oxford

Greg Taylor

Greg’s work focuses on the industrial economics of technology markets and digital goods, particularly competition policy and industrial regulation for the tech sector. Recent more specific examples of research topics include: the competitive effects of data, intermediary bias, the bundling of digital goods, and online advertising. He holds a PhD from the University of Southampton and is an Associate Professor and Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford.


Silvana Tenreyro

Silvana Tenreyro currently serves as External Member of the Monetary Policy Committee at the Bank of England, Vice-President of the European Economic Association and Associate Editor of the Quarterly Journal of Economics. She is a founding member of CIPPEC, an Argentine independent think-tank. She is a Lead Academic at the Centre for Macroeconomics, and Research Associate at CEP and CEPR. Her main research interests are in Macroeconomics, with a focus on Monetary Policy, Macro-Development and International Trade and Finance.

University of Mannheim

Michèle Tertilt

In 2019, Michèle Tertilt was awarded the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Preis by the German Science Foundation (DFG) for her works that bridge the gaps between family economics, development and macroeconomics.

One of her main fields of concentration is the relationship between economic development and gender roles. She has also worked on consumer bankruptcy systems and policy interventions in the context of the African HIV/AIDS epidemic.