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Miqdad Asaria

Miqdad is a health economist whose research focusses on socio-economic inequalities in health and healthcare in the UK and in India.

Director National Education Opportunities Network

Graeme Atherton

Graeme Atherton has been working in the field of access to higher education for years. He leads the National Education Opportunities Network which is the professional organisation for access to higher education in the UK with over 100 organisations as members. Dr Atherton is one of the foremost experts on social mobility and higher education access in the UK specialising in university admissions, participation by those from white working class backgrounds and international, comparative

School of Geographical Sciences and Cabot Institute for the Environment, University of Bristol

Ed Atkins

Ed Atkins works on decarbonisation, energy politics and social justice.

Hertfordshire County Council

Heidi Au

Heidi is Assistant Public Health Analyst at Hertfordshire County Council. Her work currently focuses on the use of data in the surveillance of COVID-19, as well as wider public health programmes. She has completed a master’s degree in Global Health Policy at London School of Economics (LSE), with her thesis on the monitoring of universal health coverage progress in Kenya. Her interest encompasses the monitoring and evaluation of both communicable diseases and health programmes delivery.

Institute for Fiscal Studies

Britta Augsburg

Britta Augsburg, an Associate Director at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, is an economist whose research focuses on understanding the channels through which poverty affects child development and how policy can be used to target these. Her current research portfolio focuses on the influence of the child’s nutrition and wider environment and the effectiveness of programs and policies that tackle constraints to environmental improvements at the community and household level.

World Bank Research

Pierre Bachas

Pierre is an economist in the Development Research Group (DECRG) at the World Bank. He received a PhD in Economics from UC Berkeley in 2016. His research concentrates on Public Finance and Financial Inclusion in developing countries. In particular, how do tax evasion, informality, and limited administrative capacity impact the design of tax and transfer programs in low and middle-income countries.