Alex is an Associate Professor in Economics, at the Sheffield Business School, Sheffield Hallam University. His research interests are in Macroeconomics and Behavioural Economics. Alex champions an “Economics for Everyone” philosophy.
Angela writes about whatever takes her fancy, including economics, feminism, science, philosophy and law. She is particularly interested in finding areas of overlap between widely disparate fields. She is also
David Hall works part-time for PSIRU (Public Services International Research Unit) at the University of Greenwich, Business School. He was formerly director. David researches and teaches the politics and economics
Filippo’s ambition is to transform Europe, through the power of networks, open-ended innovation and diffused entrepreneurship to fulfil its mission of global peace, prosperity and justice. He’s active in the
Senior Economist, Economics and Social Affairs Department, TUC. Geoff Tily has been the TUC’s senior economist since 2014, following 25 years in the government’s economics and statistical services (including HM Treasury
Geoffrey Hodgson is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Institutional Economics, published by Cambridge University Press. He has written 16 books, over 140 articles in academic journals, and over 80 articles
Gillian is a climate communicator and entrepreneur. She is currently building an education and engagement company to help people help individuals and businesses hasten their progress towards a post-carbon economy.
Graham has experience spanning chief executive officer, start-up entrepreneur and consultant. He has lead businesses to reinvent their future, across strategy, innovation and organisation transformation. Graham also delivers keynotes on
Jennifer Sheehy-Skeffington is Assistant Professor of Social Psychology at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She is a social psychologist interested in the mechanisms underlying our human sensitivity
Jonathan Michie, Oxford’s Professor of Innovation & Knowledge Exchange, Director of Continuing Education, and President of Kellogg, has just published ‘An Advanced Introduction to Globalisation’ (Edward Elgar 2017), and discounted
Joss Tantram is an expert in sustainable strategy, reporting and management, with 20 years’ experience in the private and not-for-profit sectors in the UK, Europe and world-wide. Joss leads Terrafiniti’s
Nicholas is a policy economist, entrepreneur and commentator, founder of Lateral Economics and Peach Financial, Visiting Professor at Kings College London Policy Institute and Adjunct Professor at UTS Business School.
Peter is a self-employed financial consultant / musician currently living and working in Ireland. Peter worked for many years in ‘The City’ specialising as a Quant (quantitative Research analyst), working at four
Richard Murphy is a chartered accountant and a political economist, an anti-poverty campaigner and a tax expert. He is Professor of Practice in International Political Economy at City University, London
Roger researches behavioural economics and behavioural and conduct risk and counsels boards on best communication of risk, uncertainty, and conduct matters, overcoming the limitations of conventional risk management. He has
Stewart Lansley is a visiting fellow at London’s City University and at the University of Bristol. He has written widely on inequality, wealth, poverty and austerity, and is the author of A Universal Basic
Combining international business success with substantial political experience, Tom Burgess had a long entrepreneurial career in media and communications, his last role was CEO of an international public relations firm
Valerie has an in-depth understanding of management and leadership theory, a breadth of practical experience of the behaviours and dynamics of healthcare organisations and a wide-ranging interest in other fields