Arianna Zanolini is an impact evaluation expert working at the intersection between economics and public health in resource limited settings. She has a specific interest in maternal and child health, particularly early childhood development, and in HIV policies. She is currently based in Zambia, where she has been living since 2012. During her time in Zambia, Dr.
Marc Fleurbaey is the Robert E. Kuenne Professor in Economics and Humanistic Studies at Princeton University. His research has focused on the elaboration of social criteria for the evaluation of public policies, incorporating principles of fairness. He has been a professor of economics at the Universities of Cergy-Pontoise and Pau, then a research director at CNRS, and as of 2011 will be a professor at Princeton University. He has been a fellow and visiting professor at the LSE, and held visiting positions in Oxford, Davis, CORE, and Hitotsubashi.