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Manchester Metropolitan University

Lotanna Emediegwu

Lotanna Emediegwu is a lecturer in economics at the Manchester Metropolitan University. His research interests, which include environmental economics, climate econometrics, spatial econometrics, agricultural economics, health economics, and nonlinear modeling sit within the Future Economies Research Cluster of the University.

Metro Dynamics

Mike Emmerich

Mike is a Founding Director at Metro Dynamics. He leads major projects, providing advice to city governments and investors in the UK and elsewhere. Prior to this, Mike was Chief Executive of New Economy Manchester, which played a key role in the development of Manchester’s approach to growth and devolution. Mike has also worked at HM Treasury, the Prime Minister’s Policy Unit, and was the founder Director of the Institute for Political and Economic Governance at the University of Manchester. He is also Member of the Economic and Social Research Council, Fellow of the Academy of Social Science and Policy Fellow of the Centre for Social Science and Policy, University of Cambridge.

IFS

Carl Emmerson

Carl is Deputy Director of the IFS and an editor of the annual IFS Green Budget. He is also Acting Vice Chair of the Social Security Advisory Committee and a member of the advisory panel of the Office for Budget Responsibility. His recent research has included analysis of the impact of the financial crisis and association recession, and the Government’s response, on the UK’s public finances.

Centre for Competition Policy and Norwich Business School, UEA

Sean Ennis

Currently Director of the Centre for Competition Policy and Professor of Competition Policy at Norwich Business School, Sean Ennis has extensive experience in government work and competition law and policy. Previously, he was a Senior Economist in the Competition Division of the OECD. For two years, he was Executive Director of the Competition Commission of Mauritius, where he was the chief executive in charge of running Mauritius’ independent competition authority. Prior to that, he worked as an economist at the European Commission’s DG Competition and at the U.S. Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division, developing economic analyses for competition law investigations.

Department of Economics, Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham

Marco Ercolani

Marco Ercolani is a senior lecturer in econometrics. He works on a range of socio-economic problems with particular focus on using large datasets to look into issues on health, education, work and more. In addition to using standard econometric procedures, he programs statistical packages to carry out non-standard regressions and tests.

University of Cambridge

Aytek Erdil

Aytek Erdil is a Reader in Economics at the University of Cambridge. His research focuses on the theory and practice of market design.