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UCD Michael Smurfit Business Graduate School

Andreas Hoepner

Andreas is a Financial Data Scientist working towards the vision of a Conflict-Free Capitalism. He is Full Professor of Operational Risk, Banking & Finance at the Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School & Lochlann Quinn School of Business of University College Dublin (UCD) and a supervisor for UCD’s SFI Centre for Research Training in Machine Learning. He is serving on the EU’s Platform on Sustainable Finance as one of five independent members with a focus on data availability and data quality.

ISER, University of Essex

Angus Holford

Angus Holford is a Research Fellow at the Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex. He researches the determinants and outcomes of human capital investments in and by young people, mostly working on a ground-breaking longitudinal survey of students (now recent graduates) in Higher Education in the UK. He has recently produced work on undergraduate students’ time allocation; unpaid work and access to science professions; and returns to part-time work by teenagers.


Dawn Holland

Dawn Holland is a Consultant on macroeconomic modelling and forecasting for the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) and the United Nations, and is a Member of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council. She has served as Chief of Global Economic Monitoring at the UN and as a Principal Research Fellow at NIESR, where she remains a Fellow. Her research interests include issues related to macroeconomic modelling and forecasting, production functions and fiscal multipliers.

Gerald Holtham

University of Glasgow

Felix Honecker

Felix is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Early Stage Researcher at the University of Glasgow. His research is part of the EC funded MCSA-ITN Project Legitimation of Newness and Its Impact on EU Agenda for Change, exploring the legitimation of new technologies, business models, and ecosystems in FinTech.

Patrick Honohan