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Cardiff University

Andrew Potter

Andrew Potter is a Professor in Transport and Logistics at Cardiff University. His research interests are in how freight transport and logistics can be integrated into supply chains, exploring how decisions in these areas interact with each other. A further area of his work is consideration of policy level implications from logistics operations, given the wider contribution these activities make to the economy. He is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.

Warwick Business School

Nattavudh Powdthavee

Nattavudh (Nick) Powdthavee is a Professor of Behavioural Science at Warwick Business School. Nick specialises in well-being (or happiness) economics and behavioural economics, with special interests in the study of casual determinants of well-being, luck and success, and the effectiveness of different nudge policies on well-being and behaviours. He is the author of the popular science book called The Happiness Equation: The Surprising Economics of our Most Valuable Asset and a co-author of The Origins of Happiness: The Science of Well-being over the Life-course.

Queen’s University Belfast

Sweta Pramanick

Sweta Pramanick (MSc, Antwerp) is a PhD student in financial history at Queen’s University Belfast. Her research focuses on understanding how productivity and the integration of new innovative technologies have shaped the UK economy during the twentieth century.

University College London

Ian Preston

Ian Preston is a Professor in the Department of Economics at University College London. His main research interests are in applied microeconomics, particularly consumer demand, consumption and savings, income distribution, taxation, public spending, migration and the economics of sport.

Wales Centre for Public Policy

Jack Price

Jack is a Research Officer at the Wales Centre for Public Policy, where he has worked on equalities, the economy and decarbonisation. He has recently published reports on race equality in housing, the idea of a ‘just transition’, and the implications of Brexit for Wales. Jack has a PhD in Philosophy from Cardiff University, which focused on the work of Theodor W. Adorno.

University of Southampton

Victoria Price