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Michelle Kilfoyle

Michelle Kilfoyle is a freelance writer and editor who specialises in communicating stories about research. She spent a number of years producing reports and news for environmental policymakers on behalf of the European Commission. More recently, she has worked for the University of Bristol as a REF Impact Case Study editor and research copywriter, working closely with the School of Economics and the School of Accounting & Finance.

Shenzhen Audencia Business School, Shenzhen University

Li King King

Li King King is an Experimental Economist. He is currently an Associate Professor at Shenzhen Audencia Business School, Shenzhen University. Previously, he was on the faculty of City University of Hong Kong, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, and Max Planck Institute of Economics in Germany. His research interests are in Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics, and Behavioral Finance. He is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, and a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. Professor Li’s recent research topics include neutrality of money, investor behavior, and field experiments related to environmental protection.

Centre for Economic Performance and Copenhagen Business School

Tom Kirchmaier

Tom is the Director of the policing and crime research group at the Centre for Economic Performance (LSE) and a Professor at the Copenhagen Business School. His research focuses on understanding the various aspects of crime and policing, as well as on the functioning of organisations using large datasets. Prior to the CEP, Tom was with the Financial Markets Group, and the Manchester Business School. Tom holds a PhD in Management from the LSE.

Independent policy and urban consultant, and Visiting Professor, Policy Institute, King’s College London

Mark Kleinman

Mark is an independent policy and urban consultant and Visiting Professor of Public Policy at King’s College London. He has been a government adviser at the No10 Strategy Unit, a senior civil servant at the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, and a policy director for three London Mayors. He is the author or co-author of four books, including A European Welfare State? (Palgrave) and Working Capital: Life and Labour in Contemporary London (Routledge) and more than 100 published papers.

In 2015, he was a Visiting Scholar at the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, and in 2019 a Visiting Fellow at the City Futures Research Centre, University of New South Wales. Mark has also been a consultant to the OECD, the European Commission, government departments, local authorities, and major UK and global companies.

University of East Anglia

Patrycja Klusak

London School of Economics

Martin Knapp