Ø Professor Ruth Hancock
Faculty of Health, University of East Anglia, UK
The economics of health and social policy implications of individual and population ageing with a particular focus on financial provision for later life andprovision for long-term care needs.
Ø Professor Stephen Pudney
ISER, University of Essex, UK
Research on microeconometrics – the statistical analysis of data relating directly to the economics behaviour of individuals – with applications to tax-benefit policy, poverty, labour economics and the economics of crime and illicit drugs