Biwesh is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of Birmingham. Biwesh holds a PhD from the University of Strathclyde. His main research interests include international investments, emerging markets finance, corporate governance, fintech, sustainable finance, climate finance, trading behaviour, corporate bond markets and initial public offerings. He has published in leading international journals such as British Journal of Management and Journal of Corporate Finance.
University of Birmingham
University of Cambridge
David Newbery is the Director of the Cambridge Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG) and Emeritus Professor of Applied Economics at the University of Cambridge. He has been President of the European Economic Association in 1996 and President of the International Association for Energy Economics in 2013. He is the co-author of eight books, over 150 articles in peer-reviewed journals and numerous other contributions. His honours include the Frisch Medal of the Econometric Society, the special issue of The Energy Journal in Honor of David Newbery in 2008 and his official recognition as the world’s leading energy economist in 2009. He was awarded honorary degrees from the University of Antwerp (2004) Paris Dauphine (2022).
National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR)
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 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.
University of Glasgow
Charles was educated at the University of Strathclyde and Birkbeck College, University of London. He worked for eight years as an economist at the Bank of England, and has taught at the University of Reading, the University of Durham, the University of St Andrews and is currently employed at the University of Glasgow in the Adam Smith Business School. His current research interests include macroeconomics, monetary economics and macroprudential regulation.
Economic and Social Research Institute and Trinity College Dublin
Anne Nolan is an Associate Research Professor at the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) in Dublin, and an Adjunct Professor in Economics at Trinity College Dublin. She is on the Study Team Management Group of the Growing up in Ireland (GUI), and is a research affiliate at the Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA). Her research at the ESRI focuses on issues such as the social determinants of health, healthcare financing and access, and the challenges of population ageing.