Presenters

Abhijit Tagade

London School of Economics

I am an Economics PhD student at the LSE. My research focuses on education, innovation and inequality.

Matteo Targa

Hannah Tarrant

London School of Economics

I am a Research Officer at the International Inequalities Institute at LSE. My work focuses on measuring income and wealth using administrative tax data and household surveys, economic inequality, and tax design.

I hold an MPhil in Economics from the University of Oxford and a BSc in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Warwick.

Luca Tasciotti

University of Greenwich

Luca holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Tor Vergata, Rome, a Master degree in Economics with a specialisation in Econometrics and a bachelor degree in Economics of the Financial Market.

He has previously worked for the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of United Nations (Rome), for the International Institute of Social Studies (The Hague) and for the School of Oriental and African Studies (London).

He is a heterodox development applied economist with interests ranging from

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Fernando Toledo

National University of La Plata

I am an Economist in National University of La Plata and in the Central Bank of Argentina. I hold a Master for the National University of La Plata. My research focuses on Open Economy Macroeconomics and Income Distribution issues. I published in the Journal of Globalization and Development, the International Journal of Political Economy, the Review of Political Economy, El Trimestre Económico, and Económica, among others

Sara Torregrosa Hetland

Lund University

I am an Economic Historian, mainly interested in taxation, inequality, and public policies. My PhD analysed the distributive consequences of the Spanish transition to democracy, particularly the reforms and operation of the tax system. My current research deals with the relation between the tax structure and the rise of welfare states in the period 1910 to 1970, by comparing the trajectories of five different countries.

Simon Toussaint

Utrecht School of Economics

PhD Candidate at the Utrecht School of Economics, studying the dynamics of wealth concentration.