Questions and answers about coronavirus and the UK economy
Questions and answers about coronavirus and the UK economy

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University of Oxford

Alistair Macaulay

Alistair Macaulay is a PhD candidate in Economics at the University of Oxford. His research interests are in macroeconomics, information economics, and household finance. His work on the business cycle implications of limited household attention to savings choices has been shortlisted for the 2020 Society for Computational Economics Student Paper Prize and the 2020 ECB Young Economists’ Competition.

NIESR

Corrado Macchiarelli

Corrado Macchiarelli is a Principal Economist at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research’s (NIESR) Macroeconomic Modelling and Forecasting team. Corrado Macchiarelli’s work focuses on macroeconomics, financial economics, business cycles, the economic governance of the Economic and Monetary Union and the European Union.

University of Glasgow

Ronald MacDonald

Ronald MacDonald OBE is Professor of Macroeconomics and International Finance, University of Glasgow. His research interests span a range of topics in international finance and macroeconomics, including sustainable economic development. He has acted as an adviser to the European Commission, the ECB, the National Audit Office, the World Bank, and the IMF. He has also acted as an expert witness to various committees of the Scottish Parliament, the House of Commons Scottish Affairs Committee and the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee.

LSE

Stephen Machin

Stephen Machin is a Fellow of the British Academy, has been President of the European Association of Labour Economists, Fellow of the Society of Labor Economists and was a member of the Low Pay Commission from 2007-14. Current research areas include: labour economics; economics of education; economics of crime; empirical and policy analysis of inequality and social mobility.

UCL, IFS

Lindsey Macmillan

Lindsey Macmillan is Professor of Economics and Director of the Centre for Education Policy and Equalising Opportunties (CEPEO) at the UCL Institute of Education. She is also a Research Fellow at Institute for Fiscal Studies. Her research considers the role of early skills, education, and labour market experience in the transmission of incomes and work across generations. She has published widely on areas relating to educational inequalities, and the role of family background in access to jobs. 

National Institute of Economic and Social Research

Rory Macqueen

Rory is Principal Economist in the Macroeconomic Modelling and Forecasting team at NIESR, producing quarterly forecasts of the UK economy and additional analyses of areas including inflation and the labour market.