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University of Cambridge

Sanjeev Goyal

Sanjeev Goyal is a pioneer and leading international scholar in the study of networks. His book, `Connections: an introduction to the economics of networks`, was published in 2007 by Princeton University Press. A Chinese translation appeared in 2010. Sanjeev Goyal is a Fellow of the British Academy, a Fellow of the Econometric Society, and a member of the Council of the Game Theory Society. He was the Founding Director of the Cambridge-INET Institute (2012-2014) and Chair of the Economics Faculty at Cambridge (2014-2018).

Prince Mohammad bin Salman College (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)

Konrad Grabiszewski

Konrad Grabiszewski studies human behavior in the individual (decision theory) and strategic (game theory) contexts. Behavioral adjustments to regulations and optimal design of regulations are among the topics he focuses on. His research is both theoretical and empirical. He is a co-creator of Blues and Reds, an iOS/Android mobile app and the first mobile experiment in social sciences. He works at the Prince Mohammad bin Salman College (MBSC), a business school in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

University of California, San Diego

Joshua Graff Zivin

Joshua Graff Zivin holds the Pacific Economic Cooperation Chair in International Economic Relations at UC San Diego, with faculty positions in the School of Global Policy and Strategy (GPS) and the Department of Economics. He serves as director of the GPS Peter F. Cowhey Center on Global Transformation, co-director of the UC San Diego Global Health Institute and research director for International Environmental and Health Studies at the UC Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC).  Graff Zivin is also a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research.  In 2020, he co-founded Amplisal, a firm specializing in remote and hybrid workforce management, where he currently serves as COO.

University of Nottingham

Alejandro Graziano

Alejandro Graziano is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Nottingham. His research in international trade spans a variety of topics, such as the relationship between the structure of markets and the gains from trade, the impact of trade policy uncertainty on economic integration, and the importance of trade facilitation to reduce border frictions.

University of Bristol, IFS

Ellen Greaves

Ellen specialises in studying the economics of education. Current work includes a PhD on the economics of school choice (specifically the role of school admissions criteria on school and neighbourhood segregation), parent investments in education and evaluation of reforms to teacher pay in England. Previous work includes determinants of children’s outcomes, for example nutrition, month of birth and parents’ marital status.

City-REDI, University of Birmingham

Anne Green

Green’s research focuses on employment, skills, worklessness, welfare and labour market issues, with a particular focus on regional and local aspects. She also works on geographical dimensions of social and demographic change, and has particular interests in spatial mobility – both migration and commuting.