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Madeline Quinlan

Madeline is Director & Co-founder at Salient, an international behavioural science consultancy. She is an expert within private, public, and not-for-profit organizations, focusing primarily in the areas of finance, energy, and risk management. Maddie’s primary research explores the impact of mindfulness meditation on financial decision-making, at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She also holds her CFA Charter, and degrees in both Finance (B.Comm) and Psychology

Queen's Management School, Queen's University Belfast

William Quinn

William Quinn is an economic and financial historian and Lecturer in Finance at Queen’s Management School, Belfast. His research focuses on market manipulation, corners, and financial bubbles, particularly in historical stock markets. He is the author of Boom and Bust: A Global History of Financial Bubbles, co-authored with John Turner and published by Cambridge University Press. Boom and Bust has been critically acclaimed by the Wall Street Journal, The Critic, and the Irish Times, and was

University of Oxford

Simon Quinn

Simon Quinn is an Associate Professor at the University of Oxford, working on applied microeconometrics and development. His research uses field experiments and other methods to study firms and labour markets in low-income countries.

University of Exeter

Climent Quintana-Domeque

Climent Quintana-Domeque is a research fellow at IZA and a network member of the HCEO Family Inequality working group. He earned his PhD in Economics from Princeton University in 2008 under the supervision of Alan Krueger. His current research focuses on human capital, inequality and wellbeing. He currently serves in the editorial board of Economics and Human Biology and is one of the editors of the Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics.

Saïd Business School, University of Oxford

Edika Quispe-Torreblanca

Edika is a Career Development Fellow at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. Her research focuses on behavioural household finance, particularly on consumers’ attitudes towards saving, borrowing, and spending. Her most recent projects use mass transaction data to understand how patterns in credit card expenditure can help to predict consumer default behaviour, how investors pay selective attention to their portfolios, and what are the psychological determinants of investment