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CNRS- Paris Dauphine University

Anne-Laure Delatte

Anne-Laure Delatte is currently a CNRS Tenured Researcher in the Econ Department of Paris Dauphine University and a CEPR Research Affiliate. She has been a visiting scholar at Princeton University from 2014 to 2017. Before that, Anne-Laure Delatte was a Fellow at OFCE-Sciences Po and an associate Prof. at Rouen Business School. She started her academic career at the Hong Kong University of Sciences and Technology in 2006. She was a member of the French Council of Economic Analysis in 2017-18.

University of Reading

Marina Della Giusta

Marina is Professor of Economics at the University of Reading, which she joined after her doctorate in 2001. She was Head of Department from 2013 to 2016 and is now the Deputy Chair of the CHUDE committee of the Royal Economic Society and a member of both the Women Committee and the Communications and Engagement Committee, where she is promoting initiatives surrounding both the communication and teaching of economics and the advancement of women in the profession, within and outside academia.

University of East Anglia

David Deller

David is a Senior Research Associate at the Centre of Competition Policy at the University of East Anglia. Much of David’s research has focused on consumer behaviour and policy questions in regulated markets, in particular the energy sector. Significant pieces of his research have investigated the measurement of fuel poverty and the determinants of consumers switching energy supplier. David’s research has been published in Energy Economics, The Energy Journal and Energy Policy.

Blavatnik School of Government, Economics Department and Centre for the Study of African Economies, University of Oxford

Stefan Dercon

Professor of Economic Policy at the University of Oxford, and Policy Advisor to the Foreign Secretary in the UK’s newly merged Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. Previously, he was Chief Economist of the Department of International Development (DFID).

His research concerns what keeps some people and countries poor: the failures of markets, governments and politics, mainly in Africa, and how to achieve change. Dull Disasters (OUP, 2016) focused on how to organise and finance

Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation, Said Business School, Oxford University

Michael Devereux

Michael Devereux was is Honorary President of the International Institute of Public Finance between and Honorary Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Taxation. He has served as Research Director of the European Tax Policy Forum since 2004. He was a member of the European Commission High Level Expert Group on Taxation of the Digital Economy in 2014, the UK Government-Business Forum on Tax and Competitiveness and a Special Adviser to the Economic Affairs Committee of the House of Lords in 2013.

Economic and Social Research Institute

Anne Devlin

Anne Devlin is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Labour Economics at the Economic and Social Research Institute in Dublin, Ireland and an affiliated researcher at the Centre for Health Research at the Management School, Queen’s University Belfast. Her main research interests are labour economics, economics of disability, and the economics of education. Anne has also conducted research on a range of economic issues relevant to the Northern Ireland economy.