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Bennett Institute for Public Policy, University of Cambridge

Julia Wdowin

Julia Wdowin is a PhD student at the University of Cambridge. She works on research at the interface of economic welfare, measurement issues, complexity, economics and ethics. Her PhD study focuses on conceptualising tools for measurement of wealth and individual well-being, holistically understood.

University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Michael Weber

Michael Weber is an Associate Professor of Finance at Chicago Booth. He is also a faculty research fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research in the Monetary Economics and Asset Pricing groups, a member of the Macro Finance Society, and a research affiliate at the CESifo Research Network. His research interests include asset pricing, macroeconomics, international finance, and household finance.

National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR)

Kemar Whyte

Kemar Whyte is a senior economist in the macroeconomic modelling and forecasting division at NIESR. His main research topics are financial stability and macroprudential policy, with a particular interest in the linkages between the financial and real sector. Most recently, he has also focused on applied macroeconomics and economic policy.

Birmingham City University

Gemma Williams

Gemma Williams is a Research Fellow at Birmingham City University (BCU), and co-leads their Family, Gender & Health Research Cluster. Gemma’s research interests include period poverty, menstruation and chronic illness/disabilities. Gemma is currently Project Lead for an ESRC funded research project looking at how UK period poverty initiatives are mitigating Covid-19 related challenges.

Brigham Young University

Riley Wilson

Riley is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Brigham Young University. He studies labor markets and the impacts of government social programs. His recent work explores people’s decisions to move to economic opportunity, behavioral responses to programs like the Earned Income Tax Credit, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on domestic violence.

University of Glasgow, Institute of Labour Economics (IZA)

Tanya Wilson

Tanya Wilson is a Lecturer in Economics at the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow. She is the recipient of the 2016 Royal Economic Society Prize, and was awarded the Sir Alec Cairncross Prize from the Scottish Economic Society in 2017. Her research interests are in the economics of labour markets and the economics of the family. Tanya has contributed reports to recent Scottish Parliamentary inquiries on the Gender Pay Gap in Scotland, and Scotland’s Economic Performance as well as the Royal Society of Edinburgh inquiry on women in STEM – Tapping all our Talents 2018.