Questions and answers about
the UK economy.

Experts

Filter by surname

University of Exeter, Business School

David Reinstein 

His research considers motivators and consequences of (effective) charitable giving and other-regarding behaviour. Other work concerns returns to higher education, strategic behavior by policymakers/traders, and the design and meta-analysis of lab/field experiments. Recent publications: ‘Ex-ante Commitments to “Give if you Win…”(JPubE), ‘Losing Face’, (OEP), ‘Empathic and Numerate Giving…’ (SPPS). Developing open-access collaborative projects/web-books.

LSE

Ricardo Reis

Ricardo Reis is the A.W. Phillips Professor of Economics at the LSE, where he directs the Centre for Macroeconomics. He won the 2016 Bernacer prize for best young European macroeconomist and the 2017 BdF/TSE prize in monetary economics. His research areas are inflation expectations, unconventional monetary policy, central bank’s balance sheet, disagreement and inattention, business cycle models with inequality, automatic stabilizers, sovereign-bond backed securities, and capital misallocation.

University of Southampton

Darja Reuschke

University of Bristol

Simeon Richards

Simeon is a second year BSc Economics student at the University of Bristol.

Centre for Microsimulation and Policy Analysis, University of Essex

Matteo Richiardi

Matteo Richiardi is a labour economist specializing in microsimulation and agent-based modelling techniques. His main areas of interest are inequality, worker insecurity, labour force participation and wage dynamics. He is the Director of the Centre for Microsimulation and Policy Analysis at the University of Essex, a member of the board of the International Microsimulation Association and is the Chief Editor of the International Journal of Microsimulation.

London Business School

Natalie Rickard

Natalie Rickard is an Economics PhD student at London Business School. Her research interests are in macroeconomics and monetary policy and her work looks at how inequality and household heterogeneity matter for macroeconomic outcomes. Prior to joining LBS she completed a MSc in Economics at UCL and worked as a strategist at BNP Paribas.