Mark Thoma is a Professor of Economics at the University of Oregon. He writes a regular column for the Fiscal Times and has worked regularly with CBS MoneyWatch and EconoMonitor.
Diane Coyle is a part-time professor at the University of Manchester, having previously been an advisor to the UK Treasury and member of the Competition Commission.
Wendy Carlin is a Professor of Economics at UCL and a Research Fellow of the CEPR. She is leading the CORE project to reform the undergraduate economic curriculum.
Romesh Vaitilingam is a media consultant and writer, as well as an editor of VoxEU. He has written a range of books on describing economics in ordinarily understandable terms.
JOHN VAN REENEN
John Van Reenen is a Professor of Economics at LSE and Director of the Centre for Economic Performance. He has advised government ministers on the NHS and has written extensively on labour economics.
Alex Teytelboym is a Research Fellow at INET at the University of Oxford. He has previously worked at MIT and written about market design and networks.