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Professor Christine Whitehead Emeritus Professor of Housing Economics, Department of EconomicsDeputy Director, LSE London; Associate, Department of Geography
Professor Whitehead is an internationally respected applied economist working mainly in the fields of housing economics, finance and policy. She has worked with a wide range of international agencies as well as regularly for the UK government and Parliament. She was Director of the Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research from 1990 to 2010 as well as Professor at LSE.
Kath ScanlonDistinguished Policy FellowDeputy Director of LSE London
Kath Scanlon has a wide range of research interests including comparative housing policy (across all tenures–social and private rented housing as well as owner-occupation), comparative mortgage finance, and migration. Her research is grounded in economics but also draws on techniques and perspectives from other disciplines including geography and sociology and aims at improving the evidence base for policy decisions at national or local level.
Fanny Blanc Policy Officer, LSE London
Fanny Blanc is an urban policy analyst specialising on housing and equality of opportunity in the city. Fanny’s work has focused on some of the most pressing changes in London’s housing environment, specifically development in the Metropolitan Green Belt and housing density. Fanny holds a Double Master’s degree in Urban Policy from The Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po).
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