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Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Dr Antony Jackson
Lecturer in Financial Economics
Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Financial Economics. My interests include empirical asset pricing, and financial markets simulation. I hold PRIMIA's "Professional Risk Manager" designation, and I am a candidate for the 2015 Level III examination of the CFA Program.

Norwich
United Kingdom

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Prof Simon James
Associate Professor of Economics
Simon James is an Associate Professor in Economics in the Department of Organisation Studies at the University of Exeter, Business School, a Chartered Tax Adviser and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Taxation. He holds an MBA as well as masters degrees in Economics, Law, Education and Educational Management and the subject of his PhD was ‘Taxation and Economic Decisions.’ He has published over 60 research papers mainly concerned with tax policy and his 15 books include The Economics of Taxation: Principles, Policy and Practice (with Chris Nobes) 12th edition 2012.

Exeter
United Kingdom

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Dr Scott James
Lecturer in European Public Policy
I am a lecturer in the Department of Political Economy at King's College London and Principal Investigator on the ESRC-funded 'Voices in the City' project. Over the next two years the study aims to: map the complex inter-organisational networks that form across the City around salient policy issues; explore how the City engages with public and private actors in the policy process in multiple arenas; analyse the commonality and diversity of interests and regulatory preferences across the City; and assess the impact of the financial crisis on the City’s capacity to shape the future regulatory reform agenda. It does so by analysing two recent regulatory reforms: the Capital Requirements Directive IV (CRD IV); and the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR). The project will involve conducting survey questionnaires and in-depth interviews with a range of policy makers, industry regulators, trade representatives and members of leading City firms. It also seeks to engage a wide international audience through an ambitious programme of interdisciplinary networking and collaboration, international conference presentations and publications, high-profile practitioner workshops, as well as policy briefings and media commentary.

London
United Kingdom

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Mr Oscar Jasaui
President, PCR
Credit Rating Professional

Lima
United States

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Mr Farzad Javidanrad
Hourly Paid Lecturer
I am a part-time lecturer at Nottingham Trent university, Nottingham University and Sheffield University.

Nottingham
United Kingdom

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Dr Michael Jennings
Senior Lecturer and Chair of Centre of African Studies
Dr Michael Jennings is Chair of the Centre of African Studies, University of London, and a Senior Lecturer in International Development in the Department of Development Studies, SOAS, University of London. He specialises in non-state actors, development and service delivery, and also on health and development. His geographic focus is sub-Saharan Africa. Michael has provided expert analysis and briefings to a range of clients from private and public sector, including large companies investing in East Africa and diplomatic staff. He has undertaken advisory work in a number of areas related to development, African politics and health issues. Michael has also served as a consultant for a number of media and news outlets, both national and international, and has appeared as an expert analyst on both national and international news media. He has also published in national UK newspapers. Michael is also blogs on issues around African politics, economy, aid and development.

London
United Kingdom

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