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NUS Business School

Cristian Badarinza

Cristian Badarinza is an Assistant Professor at the National University of Singapore, a Research Fellow of the Institute of Real Estate Studies, and a Network Associate of the Centre for Economic Policy Research, London. His research interests are in the areas of real estate finance, household finance and financial economics. He holds a PhD and an MSc in Economics from Goethe University. He has been a Postdoctoral Fellow at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, and a Research Assistant in

University of Innsbruck

Alexandra Baier

Alexandra’s general research addresses topics on social exclusion and pro-social behaviour. Using economic experiments, she mainly studies group dynamics in social dilemma situations focusing on social exclusion as a form of punishment and its effects on individual behaviour.

University of East Anglia

Mark Bailey

Current research interests are the Black Death of 1348-9 and subsequent epidemics; their social, economic and cultural impact on fourteenth-century England; and their long-term contribution to England’s subsequent precocious economic performance.

University College London & Peace Research Institute Oslo

Kristin Bakke

Kristin M. Bakke is Professor of Political Science and International Relations at University College London (UCL) and Associate Research Professor at the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO). She has published widely on the causes, dynamics, and legacies of political violence, and her current research focuses also on individuals’ geopolitical orientations in Russia’s ‘near abroad’.

Queen Mary University of London

Vimal Balasubramaniam

Vimal Balasubramaniam is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the School of Economics and Finance, Queen Mary University of London. His main areas of research interest are household finance, behavioural finance and empirical asset pricing. He has a BA in Economics from University of Madras, a Masters in Public Policy from the National University of Singapore, and a PhD in Financial Economics from the University of Oxford.

Anahuac University

Jose Balmori de la Miyar

Jose is the Associate Dean and Professor in the Business and Economics School at Universidad Anahuac in Mexico City. His research interests lie at the intersection of law, development, and health economics. He has published on the effects of crime on development, women´s empowerment, and mental health. He has served as an external consultant for the Mexican Stock Exchange, the World Bank and Mexico´s Government Accountability Office.