Progress Studies Board
Progress Studies is open access both readers and authors.
The board is for steering and providing feedback on fundamental aspects of the journal
Caleb Maresca , PhD Student
PhD EconomicsGlobal Priorities Fellows - at The Forethought Foundation.
Caleb Maresca is a first year PhD student of economics at New York University. His interests include microeconomic theory, political economy, and economic growth. His research focuses on finding mechanisms to incentivize impatient agents to act more patiently and thus take actions that are more efficient from a longtermistperspective. Prior to studying at New York University, Caleb received an MA in economics and a BA in economics and international relations from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Matt Clancy , Senior Progress Fellow
PhD EconomicsSenior Fellow at Institute For Progress.
PhD in Economics at Iowa State University, an MSc at the London School of Economics, worked as an analyst in London, and did a Diploma in Economics at the University of Cambridge. Creator of New Things Under the Sun, a living literature review about innovation and progress.
Kris Gulati , Progress Fellow
Economics PhD studentWriter at Institute For Progress.
Kris is an Economics PhD student researching the economics of science and innovation and passionate about finding ways to implement academic research to policy. He is interested in and has written about progress studies and effective altruism. Kris is currently an advisor to the Unjournal
Jonas Kgomo, Founder
Msc Computer ScienceFounder at Progress Studies,MSc at the University of Sussex, worked as an analyst in London, and did a Diploma in Mathematics at the University of Istanbul. Creator of Progress Studies, a distillation and summary of stagnation and progress.
Research Scholar at FHI, Oxford UniversityFin co-hosts the worlds best podcast about Effective Altruism, Longtermism and Progress Studies:Hear This Idea. Fin is a Research Scholar at the Future of Humanity Institute. See his list of EA projects he wants to actualize This project would not be possible without Fin Moorehouse at FHI, thanks for the token of kindness.