Theresa Neef

World Inequality Lab & EU Tax Observatory

Guido Neidhöfer

Filip Novokmet

Daniel O'Neill

University of Leeds

I am an Associate Professor in Ecological Economics at the University of Leeds. My research focuses on the changes that would be needed to achieve a sustainable economy within planetary boundaries, and the relationships between resource use and human well-being.

Yannick Oswald

University of Leeds

PhD candidate in Ecological Economics focused on energy inequality of households and distributional modelling.

Elisa Palagi

Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa (Italy)

I am a final year Ph.D. student in Economics at Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa, Italy. I am also a Fellow of the World Inequality Lab. My research interests focus on economic inequality, its determinants and its impact on macroeconomic dynamics, both from an empirical and a theoretical point of view.

Alberto Parmigiani

London School of Economics

Alberto is a PhD candidate at the LSE in the Government Department. His research agenda analyses the interrelation between economic and political inequalities in Western countries with quantitative methods.
His dissertation focuses on campaign contributions and economic inequality in the United States.
Other projects explore the system of party funding in the United Kingdom, and the evasion strategies of very rich individuals across countries.

Lorenzo Pessina

ZEW Mannheim

Mario Pianta

Scuola Normale Superiore

Mario Pianta is Professor of Economic Policy at Scuola Normale Superiore, Classe di Scienze Politico-Sociali in Florence. He has been research fellow at the European University Institute, LSE, Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Columbia University. He is co-editor of the journal Structural Change and Economic Dynamics. He has worked on inequality, growth and policies
His last book is Explaining inequality (with M. Franzini, Routledge, 2016).

Stefan Pichler

University of Groningen

Stefan Pichler is an Associate Professor at the University of Groningen since November 2021.

Stefan Pichler’s research is in the field of applied health and labor economics. In particular, he analyzes the interaction of social security systems with labor markets and population health. Another focus of his work are the economic consequences of diseases.

His research has been published in leading international field journals such as Journal of Human Resources and the Journal of Public Economics.