Questions and answers about
the economy.


Filter by surname

University of Glasgow, Institute of Labour Economics (IZA)

Tanya Wilson

Tanya Wilson is a Lecturer in Economics at the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow. She is the recipient of the 2016 Royal Economic Society Prize, and was awarded the Sir Alec Cairncross Prize from the Scottish Economic Society in 2017. Her research interests are in the economics of labour markets and the economics of the family. Tanya has contributed reports to recent Scottish Parliamentary inquiries on the Gender Pay Gap in Scotland, and Scotland’s Economic Performance as well as the Royal Society of Edinburgh inquiry on women in STEM – Tapping all our Talents 2018.

St Andrews

John Wilson

John Wilson is Director of the Centre for Responsible Banking & Finance based at the University of St Andrews. His research interests include financial institutions (such as banks and credit unions), industrial organization, SME Financing and household finance (including post-COVID consumer spending).

University of Bristol

Elias Wilson

Elias Wilson is a final year student studying Economics at the University of Bristol.

Institute for Employment Studies

Tony Wilson

Tony is the Director of the Institute for Employment Studies, and has particular expertise in labour market policy and analysis; the design and evaluation of employment and skills programmes, particularly for disadvantaged groups; and helping organisations to understand and apply evidence of what works. Prior to IES, Tony was a Director at the Learning and Work Institute; and before this spent a decade in a range of roles in the Department for Work and Pensions, Jobcentre Plus and HM Treasury.

Wales Governance Centre; Cardiff University School of Law and Politics; ESRC Governance after Brexit Programme; UK in a Changing Europe

Daniel Wincott

Working across law and political science, Daniel Wincott is an expert in UK devolution, the territorial constitution, public attitudes, comparative territorial politics and social policy, including the UK ‘Internal Market’ and Brexit/Covid impacts on territorial governance and inequalities/‘levelling up’. He directs the ESRC’s interdisciplinary Governance after Brexit research programme and is Research Director of The UK in a Changing Europe. He a member of the ESRC’s Strategic Advisory Network.

University of Sussex

L. Alan Winters

From 2008 to 2011 L Alan Winters was Chief Economist at the Department for International Development (DFID), and from 2004 to 2007 Director of the Development Research Group of the World Bank. He is editor of The World Trade Review.