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Economic Statistics Centre of Excellence (ESCoE), King’s College London

Rebecca Riley

Rebecca is Director of the UK Economic Statistics Centre of Excellence (ESCoE), an independent research centre established in 2017 to address emerging and future issues in measuring the economy. She is Professor of Practice in Economics at King’s Business School, King’s College London. She has written extensively on UK productivity performance and labour market policy.

U. Reims (France)

Aurélie Ringeval-Deluze

Areas of expertise : the wine sector and champagne industry through different approaches – Institutional economics (PhD thesis) – Industrial economics (industry composition, value creation and distribution) – Actors’ strategies (vertical integration of Champagne winemakers) – Operational marketing (champagne packaging).

Capucine Riom

Imperial College London

Dheeya Rizmie

Dheeya Rizmie is currently completing her PhD at Imperial College London. Her research lies in exploring the intersection of emergency environmental shocks on health and health systems, with particular interest in how these shocks vary across populations. Her PhD looks at the heterogeneous impacts of extreme temperatures on emergency healthcare across vulnerable populations and the role of air pollution on determinants of health, specifically individuals’ sleep quantity and quality.

University of Liverpool

Caitlin Robinson

As a quantitative human geographer, Caitlin’s research investigates the causes and consequences of different types of spatial inequality, with a particular interest in energy poverty and energy justice. She uses spatial datasets and methods to map inequality across multiple scales.

University of Birmingham

James Rockey

James is an applied economist whose research interests are in public economics, specifically political economy and inequality. He is also interested in how these relate to labour economics, particularly productivity. An important part of his work are interdisciplinary collaborations. James is an Associate Professor at the University of Birmingham. His research is currently funded by the ESRC and the British Academy.