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Hazwan Haini

Universiti Brunei Darussalam

Hazwan Haini is a lecturer in economics at the UBD School of Business and Economics in Universiti Brunei Darussalam. His research interests include economic growth, applied economics and spatial econometrics, with focus on ASEAN economies and China. Previously, Hazwan has supported teaching at Loughborough University as a Graduate Teaching Assistant, delivering tutorials and lectures for the Economics Department.

Sven Hartmann

IAAEU - Trier University

I am currently a Ph.D. student in economics at Trier University. My research focuses on labour economics and media economics. The latter relates in particular to the interface to gender and demographic economics.

Samira Hasanzadeh

Huron at Westen University

Assistant Professor, Department of Economic

Gavin Hassall

University Of Warwick

Guido Heineck

University of Bamberg

Irmelin Slettemoen Helgesen


Andrew Henley

University of Cardiff

Kristinn Hermannsson

University of Glasgow

Dr Kristinn Hermannsson is a senior lecturer in Educational Economics in the School of Education, University of Glasgow. He currently leads the Educational Leadership and Policy Research and Teaching Group. A graduate of the Universities of Strathclyde (PhD, MSc with distinction), Maastricht (MSc) and Reykjavik (BSc), his research analyses the economic and social impacts of higher and further education, with a particular focus on students and graduates as consumers and workers. He has published widely on a broad range of economic impacts of education using data from the UK, Europe and low-income countries. Kristinn’s research draws on a broad methodological toolkit from applied economics and regional science, including macro- and microdata analyses, Input-Output accounts and Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) modelling. He currently leads an ERASMUS+ Key Action 2 innovation project on how higher education institutions can utilise regional labour market data to inform employability in programme development. He also leads a a research project funded by the Scottish Funding Council and the Global Challenges Research Fund examining the role of language skills in labour market outcomes in Ghana.

Karolin Hiesinger

Institute For Employment Research

I joined the Institute of Employment Research in 2016. Since 2017, I am a PhD candidate in economics at the University of Regensburg. My research focuses on working conditions and health.

Anthony Higney

University of Stirling