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University of Bristol

Alicja Kobayashi

Alicja is an Economics student at the University of Bristol. She is currently the Subject Editor for the Economics Editorial Board at Bristol’s undergraduate research journal.

Lund University, Sweden

Max Koch

An ongoing theme of Prof Koch’s research has been the ways in which political and economic restructuring are reflected in welfare and employment relations as well as in structures of social inequality. More recently, he started to combine these research interests with issues of ecological sustainability, particularly climate change, sustainable welfare and degrowth/postgrowth societies. He also carries out research into promoting synergy across economic, environmental and social policies.

Carnegie Mellon University, Heinz College

Felix Koenig

Felix Koenig studies the drivers of economic inequality and unemployment, focusing on the impact of technical change and labour market policies on the world of work. He is an Assistant Professor at Carnegie Mellon University and an associate at the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) and the Institute of Labour Economics (IZA).

Moritz Kraemer

London School of Economics

Christian Krekel

Christian Krekel is an Assistant Professor in Behavioural Science in the Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science, London School of Economics (LSE). He is also a Research Associate at the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP), LSE, and at the Wellbeing Research Centre, University of Oxford. Christian’s research looks at how our environment affects our lives – specifically our behaviour, health, and (ultimately) wellbeing. He also works on how to make wellbeing data operational for policy analysis.

Harvard University

Michael Kremer

Michael Kremer is the Gates Professor of Developing Societies at Harvard University. His work focuses on innovation, including in education, health, water, finance and agriculture in developing countries. He is the joint winner of the 2019 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. Michael actively translates his academic work into programs that have impacted millions of lives. This includes work on innovation, deworming, water quality, and Advance Market Commitments for vaccinations.