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Belyaev, Professor Dmitry


Dmitry Belyaev is a Professor of Mathematics and Tutorial Fellow at St . Anne’s College. Before coming to Oxford in 2011 he was an Assistant Professor at Princeton University (2008-2011) and Veblen Research Instructor at Princeton University and IAS (2005-2008). He received PhD in 2005 from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and B.Sc/M.Sc

Baird, Professor Jo-Anne


Before coming to Oxford, Professor Jo-Anne Baird held academic posts at the Institute of Education, University of London and the University of Bristol.  Jo-Anne previously held the position of Head of Research at the Assessment and Qualifications Alliance, where she managed the research programme and was responsible for the standard-setting systems for public examinations. Her

Arnaldi, Dr Marta


Dr Marta Arnaldi Stipendiary Lecturer in Italian Email: Academic background BA in Italian Literature: University of Turin MA in Modern Philology: Borromeo College, University of Pavia MSt. in Modern Languages: Magdalen College, University of Oxford DPhil in Medieval and Modern Languages: Magdalen College, University of Oxford My academic education also includes two years of medical training

Alexopoulou, Dr Zoi


Dr Zoi Alexopoulou Lecturer in Medical Sciences Email: Academic background Dr Zoi Alexopoulou is a doctor in neurology and a neuroscientist. She studied at St. Anne’s College both for her medical degree and for her DPhil (PhD) in Clinical Neurosciences. Her expertise lies in the pathophysiology and new drug development in neurodegenerative diseases, including

Abeler, Professor Johannes


Preferences for Truth-telling (forthcoming) Econometrica (with Daniele Nosenzo, Collin Raymond) A website with interactive graphs of the truth-telling meta study is here. Fungibility, Labels, and Consumption (2017) Journal of the European Economic Association (with Felix Marklein) Complex Tax Incentives (2015) American Economic Journal: Economic Policy (with Simon Jäger) Representative Evidence on Lying Costs (2014) Journal

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