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Peter Levell

Peter is a Senior Research Economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies. He has published several papers on the microeconomics of household spending and labour supply decisions over the life-cycle. He has also written about the measurement and impact of inflation and is a member of the ONS Technical Advisory Panel on Consumer Prices. He obtained his PhD in Economics from UCL in 2019.

European University Institute

David Levine

David Levine is a Professor in the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies and the Department of Economics at the European University Institute. He is a fellow of the Econometric Society, an Economic Theory Fellow, a research associate of the NBER, and of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

Wageningen University

Madison Levine

Madison Levine is a Research Associate with Wageningen University & Research. She has been based and working on an impact evaluation on rural electrification throughout Sierra Leone since 2019. She co-founded the Women and Diversity in Economics and received her MSc in International and Development Economics at University of San Francisco in 2019. Her main interests are in agricultural and experimental economics.

California State University, Fullerton

Liqing Li

Liqing Li is an Assistant Professor in the Economics Department of the College of Business and Economics. Her research interests lie in the field of environmental economics, using modern econometric methods for causal inference and several tools from the non-market valuation toolbox. Her recent work focuses on urban green space, environmental justice, and conservation policy.

National Institute of Economic and Social Research

Iana Liadze

Iana Liadze is a Principal Economist at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research. Iana has worked with the National Institute Global Econometric Model (NiGEM) and the macroeconomic modelling team since 2006. As a key member of the macroeconomic modelling and forecasting team she is actively involved in every step of production of the institute’s quarterly review. A significant proportion of her time is devoted to research behind the development of NiGEM model as well as other projects predominantly in international macroeconomics, climate change, banking and financial instability and the determinants of output growth. She has published regularly both in the institute’s quarterly review and peer reviewed journals.

Linköping University

Erik Liss

Erik Liss is a fourth year PhD Student in Economics at the Institute for Analytical Sociology, Linköping University and Ratio Institute. His research interests include intergenerational mobility, human capital formation, and the economics of education.