His primary research area is the study of firm dynamics (innovation, platforms, reputation) with a focus on media and entertainment industries. He has written numerous papers and books, including Introduction to Industrial Organizations (MIT Press).
Gareth Campbell is a Professor in Finance at Queen’s University Belfast. His research has examined issues in Corporate Finance and Asset Pricing from an historical perspective. Major areas of focus have been the nineteenth century capital markets and corporate ownership. He has published in leading journals such as the Review of Financial Studies, the Journal of Economic History and the Economic History Review. He is also the Director of Undergraduate Education at Queen’s Management School.
Stefano Caria is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Oxford. He is also affiliated to J-Pal and CEPR. In his research, Stefano uses experimental and structural methods to investigate how to make labour markets more inclusive and more efficient. In recent projects, he has studied the barriers to employment among young people in Ethiopia and Syrian refugees in Jordan.
Wendy Carlin is Research Fellow of the CEPR and external professor at the Santa Fe Institute. Her research is on macroeconomics, institutions and economic performance, the economics of transition, and evolution of economic research and education. She is a member of the Expert Advisory Panel of the Office for Budget Responsibility. She leads the CORE project, which is changing economics education www.core-econ.org. In 2015, she was awarded the CBE for services to economics and public finance.
Joel Carr is a PhD student in Applied Economics and researcher at the University of Antwerp since 2018. Joel’s research expertise and dissertation focus on the impact of significant social events on the expression of prejudice, such as hate crimes, discrimination, etc. In addition, he researches the relationship between economics and crime, particularly the effect of labour market policies on criminal activity.
Vasco M. Carvalho is Professor of Macroeconomics at the University of Cambridge. His research in macroeconomics focuses on production networks and supply chains. He was awarded the 2014 Wiley Prize in Economics by the British Academy and the Leverhulme Prize. He was also the Principal Investigator of the European Research Council grant ‘MacroNets: Production Networks in Macroeconomics’.