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University of York

Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven

Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven is a Lecturer in International Development at the University of York, UK. Her research fields include development finance, heterodox economics, structural features of underdevelopment, and critically assessing the economics field. She is the founder and editor of the blog Developing Economics, co-founder of Diversifying and Decolonisning Economics (D-Econ) and coordinator of the Association for Heterodox Economics. She has a PhD in Economics from The New School.

University of Bath

Ricky Kanabar

Ricky Kanabar is an Assistant Professor of Social Policy at the University of Bath. His principal research interests are in the social mobility, ageing and health. His research has featured in leading international economics journals, international newspapers and he has written articles in leading outlets such as The Economist, The Economics Observatory and The Conversation. Ricky has contributed to reports released by government departments in the UK and the OECD and continues to engage with


Heidi Karjalainen

Heidi is a Research Economist in the Pensions and Public Finance sector. Her current work includes research on pensions and saving for retirement, with a focus on pension saving of the self-employed. Before joining the IFS, she worked in infrastructure financing.

Bank of England

Anil Kashyap

Anil Kashyap’s research focuses on financial intermediation and regulation, the Japanese economy, price setting, and monetary policy. His research has won him numerous awards, including a Sloan Research Fellowship, the Nikkei Prize for Excellent Books in Economic Sciences, and a Senior Houblon-Norman Fellowship from the Bank of England (twice). As of October 1, 2016 he is an external member of the Bank of England’s Financial Policy Committee.

University of Oxford

Maximilian Kasy

Research interests: statistical decision theory (applied to experimental design, machine learning, policy choice, and empirical Bayes methods), statistics as a social process (publication bias etc.) the use of economic theory in econometrics, identification and causality, economic inequality and (optimal) taxation.

Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne

Anne Kavanagh

Professor Anne Kavanagh is Head of?Disability and Health in the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health at the University of Melbourne. She is the Director of the NHMRC funded?