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University of Cambridge

Flavio Toxvaerd

Flavio Toxvaerd has fifteen years’ research experience in the economics of infectious diseases. His focus is on behavioural responses to epidemics, to better understand how people behave when facing disease risks. He has also researched optimal management of diseases through different policies such as voluntary social distancing, lockdowns, vaccination, treatment and testing. He has published on economic epidemiology in biology and economics journals and served as Senior Economic Advisor to the Review on Antimicrobial Resistance, set up by HM Treasury and the Wellcome Trust.

London School of Economics and Political Science

Karen Trujillo Jara

Karen is a Peruvian economist, currently student at the MSc programme in Global Health Policy at LSE. She holds a Master in Public Policy and Development from Toulouse School of Economics (TSE). She was previously an economic and policy analyst across several Ministries in Peru, such as Economy and Finance, Education and Production. Her research interests include economic valuation methods in health care policies, mental health and, regulatory impact analysis.

University of Sheffield

Aki Tsuchiya

Aki Tsuchiya is a professor of health economics at the University of Sheffield, with a joint appointment between the Department of Economics and the School of Health and Related Research. Her main research interests are in: (1) valuing health, and other aspects of wellbeing from a social perspective; (2) quantifying aversion to inequality in health and wellbeing; and (3) normative economics of health and beyond.

Harvard Kennedy School

Paul Tucker

Paul Tucker is a research fellow at the Harvard Kennedy school, the author of Unelected Power, the chair of the Systemic Risk Council, the President of NIESR, and a former central banker.

University of California, Merced

Ana Tur-Prats

Ana Tur-Prats is Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of California, Merced. Her research spans topics in culture and institutions, gender economics, economic history and political economy. Some of her work examines the cultural norms that sustain intimate-partner violence and conflict-related sexual violence. Other recent work focuses on the formation and persistence of social capital, and on the long-term consequences of conflict on interpersonal trust and political behavior.

Queen's University Belfast

John Turner

John Turner is a Professor of Finance and Financial History at Queen’s University Belfast and director of the Queen’s University Centre for Economic History. He has been a Houblon-Norman Fellow at the Bank of England and an Alfred D. Chandler Fellow at Harvard Business School. He is currently the editor of the Economic History Review. John has published an award-winning book entitled Banking in Crisis. His forthcoming book is entitled Boom and Bust: A Global History of Financial Bubbles.