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Researcher, Oxfam Novib
Specialist Impact Measurement, Oxfam Novib

Karen is an impact measurement specialist focusing on quantitative (social and economic) impact measurement. At Oxfam Novib, Karen leads all research for the More Than Brides Alliance programme in Pakistan. Before joining Oxfam Novib in 2015, Karen worked as a researcher and lecturer at the department of Development Economics of Wageningen University and Research Centre. Prior to this, she c...

Lecturer of Social Entrepreneurship, University of Sydney

Dr. Jarrod Vassallo is a Lecturer of Social Entrepreneurship at the University of Sydney Business School. He was awarded the Dean’s Citation for Outstanding Teacher and the prestigious Dean’s Award for Teaching in 2019. Dr Vassallo’s current research is focused on the role that social enterprise...

Research Fellow for Growth and Strategic analysis at ECONRES

Daniel H. Vedia-Jerez (Ph.D. Madrid UAM) is a Research Fellow for Growth and Strategic analysis at ECONRES. Participatory, collaborative, multidisciplinary research has been in his focus throughout the years. Daniel collaborated with international organisations, research institutes, civilian stakeholders and governments including ECB; CRESE; ­CESLA, KLEIN Inst. ; the International Chamber of...

Atheendar Venkataramani is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the Perelman School of Medicine and a board certified general internist at the Penn Presbyterian Medical Center. Dr. Venkataramani’s research focuses on the life-course origins of health and socioeconomic inequality both in the United States and overseas. Specifically, his work examines...

Economist, Research Department, Inter-American Development Bank

Diego Vera-Cossio is an economist in the Research Department of the Inter-American Development Bank. His area of interest is development economics. In particular, his research analyzes how different policies help or prevent family businesses from growing in contexts in which access to finance is limited. He is also interested in understanding how different methods of targeting and delivering...

Ph.D. student, University of Texas, Austin

Anjali P. Verma is currently a Ph.D. student in the Department of Economics at University of Texas, Austin. Her research focuses on topics related to Gender, Labor, Education, and Crime. Before joining UT-Austin, she completed her Masters from Delhi School of...

Assistant Professor in Economics at King’s College London

Pierre-Louis is Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Economics at King’s College London. Previously he was a lecturer at the University of Birmingham and Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Oxford. His research interests include using natural experiments and novel datasets to get a better grasp of policy issues in trade, developmen...

Associate Director, SPARC

Aseena Viccajee has two decades of experience working at SPARC in various capacities. Currently the associate director, she supports the project and financial administration of SPARC and its partner organizations, and is a part of the team that has innovated the financial products highlighted in the paper.

 

Aseena Viccajee jouit d’une expérience de deux décennies ac...

Associate Professor at Nova School of Business and Economics

Pedro C. Vicente is an Associate Professor at Nova School of Business and Economics—Universidade Nova de Lisboa. He is also the founding scientific director of NOVAFRICA. He researches on development economics, with a focus on African countries and political economy. Previously he held posts at the University of Oxford and at Trinity College Dublin. He holds a PhD in economics from the Unive...

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