Economics of Diversity, Gender and Equality (EDGE) Network 

Economics of Diversity, Gender and Equality (EDGE) is a network of UK-based economists working on issues in diversity, gender and equality across developed and developing countries. The aim of the network is to create a community of researchers working on related topics, to share ideas and to disseminate relevant information.  

The network steering committee is comprised of Eleonora Guarnieri (Exeter), Mahreen Mahmud (Exeter), Sandra Mcnally (Surrey/CEP/CVER), Sonia Oreffice (Exeter),  Almudena Sevilla (LSE), Zahra Siddique (Bristol), and Sarah Smith (Bristol)

Our activities include:

If you are a UK-based economist and would like to sign-up for the network or you would like to present in the seminar series, please click here. We particularly welcome offers to present from junior researchers.  For any questions, you can contact us on 

The network is supported by the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP)