Michael Simmons is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Umeå University, Sweden. He completed his PhD at Royal Holloway in 2021. His research focuses predominantly on the Macroeconomics of Labour Markets.
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Sylwia Roszkowska (PhD) works as an economist at the Center for Social and Economic Research (CASE) in Warsaw and as an academic teacher at University of Lodz. Her over ten years professional experience in conducting analyses on modelling economic trends, mainly covering labour market issues, has been achieved in NBP and several research projects. She has published over 50 papers (regarding labour market, education, economic growth and macroprudential policy) as author or co-author.
Irina Denisova is a core member of CEFIR’s team who initially worked at RECEP and joined CEFIR when it was founded in 2000. She is also a professor at the New Economic School, where she teaches courses in macroeconomics and labour economics, and a researcher at the Central Institute of Economics and Mathematics (CEMI).
Denisova received a Ph.D. degree from Manchester University in the U.K. after she had finished Post-Graduate Program in Economics at the Central Institute of Economics and Mathematics (CEMI), Russian Academy of Sciences (1987 -1990) and had graduated from the Department of Economics at Moscow State University named after Lomonosov (Diploma with Distinction in Economics) in 1987.