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Economics Editor, The Sunday Times

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Alongside Sunday Times responsibilities and columns in Professional Investor and Industrial Review, David is a prolific book-writer. In speeches David likens low oil prices to a major tax cut, and distinguishes between good (UK) and possibly bad (Eurozone) deflation. He might also reveal the latest findings of his own Skip Index, a reliable indicator of the state of the domestic economy.

Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies

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Paul has been director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, the UK’s leading economic research institute, since January 2011. The IFS became the first organization to win the Prospect “Think Tank of the Year” award two years in a row in 2014 and 2015 and has won “economic and financial” think tank of the year four years in succession. Paul is also a visiting professor in the economics department at UCL. He is a columnist for The Times. He is a board member of the Climate Change Committee, of the Office of Tax Simplification, and of the Banking Standards Board. Paul has been awarded an honorary doctorate by Exeter University, has been named in the Public Finance Top 50, in the Higher Education top 50 “power list”, and in the International Tax Review global top 50.

News Presenter and Journalist

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She joined the business team at the BBC in 2002 and has been presenting the early morning edition of World Business Report on BBC One, BBC News Channel and BBC World News for the past 10 years. Sally has also recently launched the BBC’s flagship business programme, Business Live which airs every week day at 0830 on BBC News Channel and BBC World News. It’s a packed 30 minute programme that covers all the key business stories and gets the inside track from the world’s leading CEOs. In 2014 Sally was named as one of the UK’s 50 most powerful part-timers on the third annual Power Part Time List compiled by both Timewise and the Financial Times. Sally is now a part of the judging panel working with Timewise.

Financial Journalist; Business Editor and Columnist for The Spectator

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Martin is a renowned economic and business writer for the Spectator magazine. He shares his expertise on the corporate world, financial markets and economic prospects. He is amusing and light-hearted, but that does not conceal his vast experience, knowledge and intellect.

Lead Business Presenter on Sky News

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Ian King is the lead business presenter on Sky News, where he hosts his own evening show from Monday to Friday. He tackles the big business stories of the day and holds business leaders and CEOs to account. Renowned for his hard-hitting interviews and acute analysis, Ian’s expertise ensures his business coverage is relevant to the viewer, explaining how it will affect people’s lives. Ian is able to speak about the business world in general, the challenges it faces etc, and provide analysis on the economic climate as a whole. He will also speak with great authority on specific sector business issues, as well as offer his exceptional skill as a host or interviewer.

Economist & Journalist for the Financial Times

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John Kay is one of Britain’s leading economists. His interests focus on the relationships between economics and business. His career has spanned academic work and think tanks, business schools, company directorships, consultancies, and investment companies. John Kay chaired the Review of UK Equity Markets and Long-Term Decision-Making which reported to the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills on the 23rd July 2012. He is a visiting professor of economics at the London School of Economics and a fellow of St John’s College, Oxford.

Expert on Bitcoin and alternative currencies. & Economic Historian, London School of Economics

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Garrick is a world renowned authority on Bitcoin and other alternative currencies. While making regular appearances on television, including CNBC, BBC, NPR, Al Jazeera and Sky News, Hilemen frequently presents his research on the black market, alternative currencies, sovereign debt, and financial repression.

Founder, DRPM Group

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Dr. Pippa Malmgren is a trend spotter who advises investors and governments about economic policy and investment strategy. She anticipated the Financial Crisis in 2007, the slowdown in China, Brexit, Trump and the return of inflation. She is also an economist who manufactures, having co-founded), H Robotics which makes commercial-use aerial platforms (drones). She was named one of the Top 20 Most Influential Economists by Richtopia and one of the Top 5 Women in Finance by Rise in 2017.

Director of the Centre for European Policy Studies

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Daniel Gros is the Director of the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) since 2000. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago. In the past Daniel worked at the IMF, collaborated with the European Commission as economic adviser to the Delors Committee that developed plans for the EMU, and taught at several leading European Universities. He has published extensively on international monetary affairs in scientific journals and is the author of several books, including leading textbooks on the economics of transition and the genesis of the euro. He is editor of Economie Internationale and International Finance. He contributes a globally syndicated column on European economic issues to Project Syndicate.

Director of Department of Banking and Finance & Professor of Financial Economics at the University of Zurich

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Professor Thorsten Hens is a German economist and finance academic. Ranked among the top 10 economics professors in the German speaking area, Hens is an expert in Behavioural Economics, Financial Economics, Evolutionary Economics, Fixed Income Markets and Advanced Portfolio Theory. Professor Thorsten Hens PhD is a global authority on the question of how investors make decisions and the influence of human psychology and biology have on the developments of capital markets. He is also one of the leading European scientists in the field of Behavioral Finance and Evolutionary Finance.

Professor Emeritus of Banking and Finance at the London School of Economics

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Charles Goodhart is Emeritus Professor of Banking and Finance with the Financial Markets Group at the London School of Economics, having previously, 1987-2005, been its Deputy Director. Until his retirement in 2002, he had been the Norman Sosnow Professor of Banking and Finance at LSE since 1985. Before then, he had worked at the Bank of England for seventeen years as a monetary adviser, becoming a Chief Adviser in 1980. In 1997 he was appointed one of the outside independent members of the Bank of England's new Monetary Policy Committee until May 2000.
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Professor of Economics, University of Iceland

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Thorvaldur Gylfason is Professor of Economics at the University of Iceland. He is also Research Fellow at CESifo (Center for Economic Studies) at the University of Munich & Research Associate at the Center for U.S.-Japan Business and Economic Studies at New York University. He was elected to Iceland's Constitutional Assembly in 2010 and appointed by Parliament to a Constitutional Council that drafted a constitutional bill delivered to Parliament 29 July 2011.