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Royal Holloway University of London

Dan Anderberg

Dan Anderberg’s research interests are in family economics and public policy. In the family area his research focuses on marriage choices, divorce, domestic violence, and vulnerable children. In public policy he also works on education choices, expectations and behaviour. He is Research Associate at the IFS and Distinguished Affiliate at CESifo.


Jake Anders

Jake Anders is Associate Professor and Deputy Director of the UCL Centre for Education Policy & Equalising Opportunities (CEPEO), University College London. Jake’s research focuses on better understanding the causes and consequences of educational inequalities, evaluating policies and programmes aiming to reduce these inequalities, and how best to do this evaluation. He is also Principal Investigator of the COVID Social Mobility & Opportunities study (COSMO), a major cohort study of


Alison Andrew

Alison is a Senior Research Economist at the IFS. Her work focuses on family economics, gender and education both in the UK and in India.

Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania

Alin Andries

Alin Andries is Professor of Finance and Banking at Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi and Research fellow of Institute for Economic Forecasting, Romanian Academy. Previously, he was a Go8 Research Fellow at University of New South Wales and a SCIEX Research Fellow at University of St. Gallen. His research interests are focused on financial intermediation, bank performance, households finance, corporate governance and empirical finance.

University of Rome “Tor Vergata”

Barbara Annicchiarico

Barbara Annicchiarico is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” and Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic and International Studies (CEIS). Her main research interests fall in the areas of environmental macroeconomics, growth and business cycle, fiscal and monetary policy, and macroeconomic modelling for policy analysis.

Director of Rebuilding Macroeconomics, Institute for Global Prosperity, UCL

Angus Armstrong

Dr Angus Armstrong is Director of ESRC’s Rebuilding Macroeconomics network. Prior to this, Angus was an ESRC Senior Fellow during the EU Referendum and Scottish Independence Referendum and has been Special Advisor to House of Commons and House of Lords committees. Angus was Head of Macroeconomic Analysis at HM Treasury, and represented the UK at the G20 Officials Meeting in 2009. Angus is an Honorary Professor at Stirling University and is also Chief Economic Advisor at Lloyds Bank Group.