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University of Bristol, Erasmus University Rotterdam

Stephanie von Hinke

Stephanie’s research builds on the biomedical as well as social science literature. She investigates the importance of genetics, early life environments, parental investments, and government policy in explaining individuals’ health and behaviour over the life course. She currently holds an ERC Starting Grant (2020-2025) that aims to incorporate genetic data into social science research and study the importance of the nature-nurture interplay in the developmental origins of health and disease.

Wageningen University

Maarten Voors

Maarten Voors is an Associate Professor at the Development Economics Group at Wageningen University. He received his PhD from Wageningen University in 2011 (with honours) and was an Isaac Newton Trust Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge 2011-2013. His main field is development economics, and his research focuses on institutions, (post-conflict) development and behaviour.

Oxford Brookes Business School

Tim Vorley

Tim is the Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of Oxford Brookes Business School. He is an economic geographer, currently co-leading a study examining the impact of Covid-19 on Innovation-led businesses for the Innovation Caucus (ESRC/InnovateUK) and on micro-businesses as part of the Productivity Insights Network (ESRC) of which he is a Co-Director. Tim has also recently edited a book on Productivity and the Pandemic.

University of Antwerp, University of Bath, and IZA Bonn

Sun?ica Vuji?

Sun?ica Vuji? is an Associate Professor at the University of Antwerp, an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Bath, and a Research Fellow at the IZA – Institute of Labor Economics in Bonn. Her areas of expertise are applied econometrics and labour economics, focussing on research questions in economics of education, crime, gender, health, fertility, migration, Brexit, labour market discrimination and pro-social behaviour. She holds a Ph.D. in economics from the VU Amsterdam.