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Professor Richard Disney

BA Cambridge University, MA University of Sussex

Current appointment: Research Fellow, Institute for Fiscal Studies London

Research interests: Applied microeconomics, including tax policy, social welfare reform and pensions policy, all in both developed and the developing countries, and the economics of labour markets, including retirement behaviour and wage structure.

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Professor Hanming Fang

BA Fudan University, MA University of Virginia, PhD University of Pennsylvania

Current appointment: Professor of Economics, University of Pennsylvania

Research interests: Applied microeconomic theory, empirical microeconomics, public economics, insurance markets, economics of discrimination and affirmative action.

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Professor Carol Jagger

BSc MSc University of Leeds, PhD University of Leicester

Current appointment: AXA Professor of Epidemiology of Ageing, Institute of Ageing and Health, University of Newcastle, UK

Research interests: Demography and epidemiology of ageing with a focus on healthy active ageing

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Professor Olivia S. Mitchell

BA Harvard University, MA PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison

Current appointments: International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans Professor; Professor of Insurance and Risk Management and Business and Public Policy; Executive Director, Pension Research Council; Director, Boettner Center for Pensions and Retirement Research, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

Research interests: International private and social insurance; employee benefits and compensation; economics of public and private pensions; risk and crisis management; health/retirement analysis and policy; labor economics and public finance.

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Professor James Nazroo

BSc, MBBS, MSc University of London; PhD University College, London

Current appointment: Professor of Sociology, University of Manchester

Research interests: Inequality, social justice and underlying processes of stratification centering on gender, ethnicity, ageing, and the intersections between these; social and health inequalities in ageing populations, with a particular interest in the 'transmission' of inequalities across the lifecourse, patterns of 'retirement', and formal and informal social and civic participation.

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