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University of Oxford

Alex Teytelboym

Alex is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Oxford and a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for New Economic Thinking. Before returning to Oxford, he was a postdoctoral fellow at MIT. His research interests lie in market design and the economics of networks.


Craig Thamotheram

Craig is a member of the Macroeconomic Modelling and Forecasting team at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR). He studied Engineering at Imperial and has a PhD in Economics from Warwick. His main areas of research are applied macroeconomics, time series and machine learning with a focus on textual analysis.

King's College London

Pat Thane

PAT THANE, MA ( Oxford), PH.D (London), FBA, Visiting Professor in History, Birkbeck College. Research Professor in Contemporary History, Kings College, London, 2010-1019 Professor of Contemporary History, University of Sussex, 1994-2001, at the Institute of Historical Research, University of London, 2001-2010.

University of Glasgow

Dania Thomas

Dania Thomas a Lecturer in Business law at the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow. Her areas of expertise are sovereign debt crises and litigation, contract law, international finance and institutions. She has worked on the Argentine debt litigation and the Eurozone debt crises and is currently exploring citizen participation in sovereign debt workouts and good faith as a contracting norm in sovereign debt negotiations. She is an associate editor of Feminist Legal Studies.

Nottingham University

Gregory Thwaites

Gregory Thwaites is an economist on sabbatical from the Bank of England, where his most recent job was as Head of International Research. Gregory is an Associate Professor in Economics at Nottingham University. He is currently working on consulting projects and as a part-time Research Associate at the Resolution Foundation and visiting fellow at the LSE Centre for Macroeconomics. He has also worked as an economist for the United Nations Mission in Kosovo and the Independent Commission on Banking (the ‘Vickers Commission’), and as Research Director at WorldRemGreg is an Associate Professor in Economics at Nottingham University and a Research Director at the Resolution Foundation.

Metro Dynamics

Daniel Timms

Daniel is a Senior Consultant at Metro Dynamics. His interests include redressing the balance between different UK regions through devolution and targeted support for high value industry; helping cities to build coalitions to grow investment and tackle inequality; and finding imaginative ways of presenting data. He is a Crook Public Service Fellow at the University of Sheffield, leading a research project focused on economic resilience and vulnerability, to support the UK Commission 2070.