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University of Edinburgh

Jan Grobovšek

Jan Grobovšek is a Lecturer at the School of Economics at the University of Edinburgh. He holds a PhD from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. His area of expertise is economic growth and development. He has written research articles on how development is affected by agricultural productivity, structural transformation, managerial delegation in firms, trade in intermediate inputs, and the functioning of labor markets.


Benno Guenther

Benno is a co-founder and director of Salient Behavioural Consultants where he combines robust behavioural science frameworks with years of industry expertise. He is also a PhD Student at the LSE where he focuses on risk-taking in high stakes contexts. Special interests include time and domain specific risk-tolerance fluctuations as well as real-world applications in the context of background risk and in high-stake industries such as professional trading and aviation.

University of Bristol

Danielle Guizzo

Danielle Guizzo is a Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of Bristol (UK). Her research expertise is on History of Economics, Political Economy and Economics Education. She currently works on topics related to the history of economic expertise, the sociology of the economics discipline, and educational policy and economics education, focusing on diversity and decolonisation. She is also a co-founder and steering group member of D-Econ, and an affiliate researcher at Autonomy.

Fabian Gunzinger

Institute of Development Studies

Sweta Gupta

Booth School of Business, University of Chicago

Benedict Guttman-Kenney

Benedict is an Economics PhD student at Chicago Booth. His research focuses on household finances – typically using a combination of big data and behavioural economics to understand consumer behaviour. Before moving to Chicago he previously spent 6+ years conducting economic research to inform financial regulation at the Financial Conduct Authority, Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Bank of England. He is a graduate of University of Warwick and University College London.