About the Author(s)
Andrew Walton, Senior Lecturer in Political Philosophy, Newcastle University, William Abel, Senior Economist, Bank of England, Elizabeth Kahn, Assistant Professor in Political Theory, Durham University, and Tom Parr, Associate Professor in Political Theory, University of Warwick
Dr Andrew Walton is a Senior Lecturer in the Politics Department at Newcastle University, and he researches issues in trade justice, economics ethics, and housing policy.
Mr William Abel is a Senior Economist at the Bank of England, and he works on
labour markets, housing, and consumer spending.
Dr Elizabeth Kahn is an Assistant Professor in Political Theory in the School of Government and International Affairs at Durham University, and she researches the relationship between structural injustices and the obligations of individuals.
Dr Tom Parr is an Associate Professor in Political Theory in the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Warwick, and he researches issues relating to egalitarianism, economic justice, and the future of work.
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