Robert McMaster is Professor of Political Economy in the Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow. With John Davis, he co-authored Health Care Economics (2017). He co-edited the Review of Social Economy for over ten years.
Sandra McNally is a Professor of Economics at the University of Surrey. She is Director of the Centre for Vocational Education Research at the London School of Economics and is also Director of the Education and Skills Programme at the Centre for Economic Performance, LSE. Research interests include economic evaluation of government policies in schools and further education; labour market returns to education and training. She is a co-editor of the Economics of Education Review.
Keila Meginnis holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Manchester. She is currently a Research Fellow at the University of Stirling on the ESRC/NERC project The Economics of Marine Plastic. Her expertise is in discrete choice experiments; she has conducted research in developing and developed countries on subjects related to health, behaviour, and renewable energy.
Muhammad Meki is a development economist based at the Oxford Department of International Development and the Centre for Islamic Studies. His research focuses on microfinance for microenterprises in low-income countries. Prior to academia, Muhammad worked as a trader in the financial markets, for Bank of America in London and Deutsche Bank in Singapore, where he traded European and Asian government bonds, foreign exchange derivatives and other fixed-income products.