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University of Glasgow

Thomas J. Scotto

Thomas J Scotto is a Professor of Politics at the University of Glasgow. His research interests lie in the areas of voting behaviour, measuring and explaining public opinion on foreign policy issues, and latent variable modelling. His recent peer reviewed work appears in outlets such as International Studies QuarterlyPolitical Behaviour, and the European Journal of Political Research.

University of Oxford

Petr Sedlacek

Petr Sedlá?ek is a CEPR Research Affiliate. His research mainly deals with macroeconomic questions, with a focus on business cycles, firm and worker heterogeneity. He has obtained the Starting Grant of the European Research Council for his project studying how entrepreneurship, startups and young firms impact the aggregate economy.

The Economist

Marie Segger

Marie Segger is a data journalist for The Economist in London. She covers a broad range of subjects from a quantitative perspective. She often reports on inequality, climate change and cultural trends and she is the editor of The Economist’s data newsletter ‘Off the Charts’.

London School of Economics

Rodolfo Sejas-Portillo

Rodolfo is currently researching the relationship between real estate markets and wealth redistribution and the redistributional effects of behavioural public policies. His previous research has studied behavioural (psychological) biases in functioning markets and the effects of information disclosure policies on retrofitting.

The University of Manchester

Marianne Sensier

Marianne Sensier is an Economist and Research Fellow at the Alliance Manchester Business School. Marianne has worked on a number of ESRC, Leverhulme Trust and ESPON funded research projects. Research projects include the Industrial Strategy Commission and the Audit of Productivity for the Greater Manchester Independent Prosperity Review. Marianne is an associate member of the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research at the AMBS.


Almudena Sevilla

Almudena Sevilla is a fellow of the Centre of Time Use Research at the University of Oxford. She has also held positions at Queen Mary University, University of Oxford, University of Essex Institute for Social and Economic Research, and the Congressional Budget Office in Washington DC.