Britta AugsburgThe Institute for Fiscal Studies
Britta, an Associate Director at the IFS, London, is an economist whose research focuses on understanding the channels through which poverty affects child development and how policy can be used to target these. Her current research portfolio focuses on understanding the influence of the child’s environment in affecting its growth process and the effectiveness of programs and policies that tackle constraints to environmental improvements at the community and household level.
Audinga BaltrunaiteBank of Italy
I am an economist at the research department of the Bank of Italy, Economics and Law Division. I am also a Research Affiliate in the Public Economics and Organizational Economics programmes at CEPR and a member of the AXA Research Lab on Gender Equality, Bocconi University. I have received my Ph.D. in Economics from Institute for International Economic Studies (IIES), Stockholm University. My main research areas are public economics, corporate governance and gender economics.
Söhnke BartramUniversity of Warwick and CEPR
Söhnke M. Bartram is a Professor in the Department of Finance at Warwick Business School. He is also a Research Fellow in the Financial Economics programme of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), a Charter Member of Risk Who's Who, and a member of an international think tank for policy advice to the German government. His immediate research activities center around issues in international finance and financial markets.
I am professor at Warsaw School of Economics. My reasearch concentrates on monetary and business cycle economics. You are welcome to see a short movie-presentation of my paper about the distributional consequences of monetary policy published recently in JEEA here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aA93Ed0R-NQ