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Małgorzata Olszak

Małgorzata Olszak (PhD, Associate Professor) conducts research in banking and finance at Faculty of Management, University of Warsaw and has published as an author and co-author over seventy academic works covering these fields. She has been principal investigator in several research projects on procyclicality in banking and effects of macroprudential policy. Her activity also covers attendance at international conferences as a presenter, discussant and chair of sessions as well as reviewing manuscripts in JCR journals.

Douglas L. Campbell

Douglas L. Campbell holds a Ph.D. in Economics from UC Davis with specializations in International Economics, Economic History, and Open-Economy Macroeconomics, and was previously a Staff Economist at the President’s Council of Economic Advisers during the Obama administration, and also worked as a Modeling Analyst at the Democratic National Committee during the 2010 midterm elections. He currently works as an Assistant Professor at the New Economic School. He is one of the top 150 most followed economists in the world on Twitter @TradeandMoney.

Ana Cristina Becerra Salas

Ana Cristina Becerra Salas

Ana Cristina Becerra Salas is currently pursuing her master’s degree in International Development and Policy at the University of Chicago. She holds a B.Sc. in Forestry and has worked in both natural resources management research and gender-based violence prevention.

As an Obama Foundation Scholar at the Harris School of Public Policy, her main interest is the inclusion of women in the policymaking process around sustainable development interventions.

Maja Adena

Maja Adena

Maja Adena is a Research Fellow of Economics of Change research unit,  at the WZB Berlin Social Science Center. She received her Ph.D. degree in Economics at the Free University Berlin and finished her Berlin Doctoral Program in Economic Science and Management in 2013. She has worked as Research Fellow at the Center for Economic Analysis (CenEA) in 2012, and since that holds a position of Research Associate at CenEA.

Her academic interests are mainly in the field of public economics. More specifically, she is interested in charitable giving and non-profit organizations, recently running a number of (field) experiments on the optimal design of a fundraising campaign. In the field of political economy she works on persuasion, studying the question of how far the media can influence individual preferences and behavior. Her research is also concerned with poverty and deprivation and how it impacts individual well-being.

Bruno Heyndels

Bruno Heyndels

Bruno Heyndels is Professor in microeconomics at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB). His research has been published in such journals as, e.g., European Journal of Political Economy, International Tax and Public Finance, Journal of Cultural Economics, Journal of Economic Psychology, Journal of Sports Economics, Kyklos, National Tax Journal, Public Administration, and Public Choice.

His research interests lie in the field of public choice, cultural economics, sports economics and economic psychology.

Colin R. Kuehnhanss

Colin Kuehnhanss 

Colin Kuehnhanss is Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Applied Economics of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) and PhD-Fellow of the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO). Colin holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the VUB and recently spent a six-month research visit at the SSE Riga.

His research is related to political economy, public choice, and behavioural economics, and his research has appeared in, e.g., European Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of Economic Psychology, and Public Administration.

Liam Wren-Lewis

Liam is an Assistant Professor at the Paris School of Economics and INRA. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Oxford. He was an Overseas Development Institute Fellow, employed as anEconomist in the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning in Malawi. He also worked as a consultant for the Center for Global Development, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Inter-American Development Bank, Resolution Foundation, Tax Justice Network and World Bank.

Marta Troya-Martinez

Marta is an Assistant Professor at the New Economic School and a research affiliate at CEPR. She holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Oxford where she also worked as an ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow and JRF at Jesus College. She has previously worked in the Competition Division of the OECD, the Chief Economist Office of the Office of Fair Trading (now Competition Commission) and the Inter-American Development Bank.

Davit Zhorzholiani

David Zhorzholiani

Davit Zhorzholiani holds a Master’s degree in economics from ISET (2017). He earned a BA in Economics from Tbilisi State University (2014).

He has worked as a Researcher at the Agricultural Policy Research Center at ISET (International School of Economics at TSU) Policy Institute specializing in agriculture.

*Last updated April 2021