Questions and answers about
the economy.


Filter by surname

University of Reading

J. James Reade

I am an applied economist, specialising in the area of sport, an area which is characterised by a relative abundance of freely available data to investigate questions of economic interest – why do particular outcomes occur for a given set of inputs? I’ve looked at questions relating to the interest in sporting contests, the efficiency of markets, the impact of regulations and policy interventions, and the nature of forecasts, using sport data.

London School of Economics

Daniel Reck

Daniel Reck is Assistant Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Michigan. He is a public economist with particular interests in tax evasion and the application of behavioural economics in policymaking.

President, Public Health Foundation of India

K. Srinath Reddy

Prof. K Srinath Reddy is global leader in cardiology, public health and health policy. He has also contributed to Public Policy in the areas of health, environment, nutrition and sustainable development. He headed the Department of Cardiology at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences , New Delhi till 2006. He later led the Public Health Foundation of India and established five Indian Institutes of Public Health. He has published over 500 scientific papers.

University of Manchester

Carlo Reggiani

Carlo Reggiani is a Lecturer in Microeconomics and a member of the Economic Theory Research Group at the University of Manchester. His research focuses on the Digital Economy, Industrial Organization, Competition Policy and Regulation. He is particularly interested in themes linked to pricing on online platforms, and the role of personal level data for price discrimination and competition.

Chief Economist, World Bank Group

Carmen M. Reinhart

Carmen M. Reinhart is Vice President and Chief Economist of the World Bank Group, on public service leave from Harvard Kennedy School where she is the Minos A. Zombanakis Professor of the International Financial System. Her work has helped to inform the understanding of financial crises in both advanced economies and emerging markets. She has published extensively on capital flows, exchange rate policy, banking and sovereign debt crises, and contagion.

University of Exeter, Business School

David Reinstein 

His research considers motivators and consequences of (effective) charitable giving and other-regarding behaviour. Other work concerns returns to higher education, strategic behavior by policymakers/traders, and the design and meta-analysis of lab/field experiments. Recent publications: ‘Ex-ante Commitments to “Give if you Win…”(JPubE), ‘Losing Face’, (OEP), ‘Empathic and Numerate Giving…’ (SPPS). Developing open-access collaborative