Mark Sanders is assistant professor of international macroeconomics at Utrecht School of Economics. He got his Ph.D. in the impacts of technical change on labor demand at Maastricht University in 2004. After his Ph.D., he started working on entrepreneurship and innovation at the Max Planck Institute of Economics in Jena, Germany. In 2006 he became an assistant professor at Utrecht School of Economics where he received tenure in 2010. He has published on topics such as skill-biased technical change, entrepreneurship and innovation in macroeconomic dynamics, small business economics, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Journal of Economics and Behavior, and International Small Business Journal. He joined Utrecht Sustainability Institute’s Sustainable Finance Lab initiative early on to help develop a comprehensive research agenda to rethink the position and role of the financial sector from the real, macroeconomic perspective.