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STICERD Visitor - Visiting Fellow
Dr Michael Callen

Michael Callen is Assistant Professor of Economics and Strategic Management at the Rady Schcool of Management, UC San Diego, specialized in the areas of development economics, political economy, and experimental economics.
He is currently a STICERD Development Economics affiliate and a Visiting Senior Fellow at the Department of Economics

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STICERD Visitor - Visiting Fellow
Dr Francois Gerard

Francois Gerard joins STICERD from QMUL where he is a Lecturer in Economics. He previously was an Assistant Professor at Columbia University and holds a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley.
His primary research interests are at the intersection of Public Economics and Development Economics. He is also interested in Labor Economics. His work focuses on empirical questions related to social insurance, taxation, inequality, and the correction of externalities, in the context of low- and middle-income countries.
Francois Gerard's personal page

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STICERD Visitor - Visiting Professor
Professor Carlos Velasco

Carlos Velasco is a Professor at the U. Carlos III de Madrid. He received his PhD from LSE.
His research interests cover economic time series analysis, dynamic models specification, and predictability and causality.
Carlos Velasco's personal website

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STICERD Visitor - Visiting Fellow
Dr Lucie Gadenne

Lucie Gadenne is an Assistant Professor (Lecturer) in the Department of Economics at the University of Warwick, a Research Fellow at the Institute for Fiscal Studies and a Research Affiliate at the CEPR and the IGC.
Her research focuses on public policy in developing countries and in particular on the optimal design of taxes and subsidies, the equity and efficiency effects of taxation in the presence of large informal sectors and the effects of tax capacity on government accountability.
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