Alessio D’Angelo is Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham, where he leads the International Centre for Public and Social Policy (icPSP). He has extensive experience in conducting research on migration, social inequalities and access to public services, with a particular focus on education and the role of Third Sector organisations. His inter-disciplinary work includes quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods analysis and often employs international comparative perspectives.
University of Nottingham
London School of Economics
Chris Dann is a pre-doctoral fellow at the Suntory and Toyota International Centres for Economics and Related Disciplines (STICERD) at the London School of Economics (LSE). His main research interests focus on the political economy of development, especially with regards to state capacity and political selection. He is currently working on an EU-funded Horizon 2020 project – PERISCOPE – researching into multi-level governance and state capacity issues vis-á-vis Covid-19.
Krishna is a PhD candidate in economics at Harvard University working on microeconomic theory as well as psychology and economics. His research focuses on social and economic networks, including diffusion processes, social learning, and network formation.
Department of Economics, UCL & Centre for Economic Performance, LSE
Nikhil is a researcher at the Centre for Economic Performance, LSE and a PhD candidate in Economics at UCL. He works mainly in applied microeconomics with a focus on labour markets. His current research concerns minimum wages, atypical work arrangements, labour supply and monopsony power.
University of Cambridge and Gresham College
Martin Daunton has written on the politics of taxation in Britain since 1799, and the political economy of public finance in OECD countries since the 1970s. He has completed a study of the economic governance of the world since 1933, and is now working on inter-generational equity.