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Centre for Competition Policy and Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia

Amelia Fletcher

Alongside her academic role, Amelia Fletcher is a Non-Executive Director of the Competition and Markets Authority and a member of Ofgem’s Enforcement Decision Panel. She has been on the Boards of the FCA and PSR and was Chief Economist at the OFT. In 2019, she was a member of the HM Treasury-commissioned Digital Competition Expert Panel. Her academic work focuses on competition policy, consumer policy and sector regulation, with a particular focus on behavioural economics and digital markets.

Queen’s University Belfast

Philip Fliers

Philip T. Fliers (PhD, Erasmus Rotterdam) is Senior Lecturer in Finance at Queen’s University Belfast. His research interests are corporate finance and corporate governance. His research addresses issues in British and Dutch economic and financial history. He studies the evolution of corporate decision making using a combination of financial data and archival evidence. Additionally, his research answers contemporary questions on dividend stability, investments and capital structure.

The Work Foundation, at Lancaster University

Rebecca Florisson

Rebecca leads the Work Foundation’s research programme on insecure work. She has expertise in precarity, social mobility and working conditions and applies cross-sectional and longitudinal data analysis to important research and policy questions. Alongside her role at the Work Foundation, she is a PhD candidate at Queen Mary, University of London, conducting a study on the impact of precarious work on life course employment trajectories. Previously, she worked at Eurofound in Dublin.

University of Exeter

Helena Fornwagner

Dr Helena Fornwagner is a passionate Behavioural Economist at the University of Exeter. She conducts economic experiments to examine how (monetary) incentives impact individual behaviour. Her research generally focuses on the influence of gender and biological determinants, like one’s sex, on economic decision-making. She is experienced in communicating with non-academics and is committed to sharing scientific findings with the general public, which is integral to her professional mission.

University of Liverpool Management School

David Forrest

David works on sport and gambling. He has highly cited papers in sports economics on topics such as audience demand, managerial change, referee bias and player labour markets. He is active in anti-match fixing, working with unions, police, regulators and UEFA. His first gambling research was on lotteries but latterly he has published several studies of individual behaviour related to problem gambling. He is a member of the Advisory Board for Safer Gambling.

Heriot-Watt University

Rachel Forshaw

Rachel Forshaw is Assistant Professor of Economics at the Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University. Working with Heriot-Watt’s Centre for Energy Economics Research and Policy, she contributes to BP’s Statistical Review of World Energy and Energy Outlook publications. Rachel’s main research interests lie in applied econometrics and data science with a focus on labour markets and inequality.