Jeremy, a British citizen, currently works as an economist at the International Growth Centre, a development economics research centre based at the London School of Economics and funded by DFID. He spent the summer of 2013 as a Google Policy Fellow at Bruegel, where he worked on a project linking competition to the standards of internet access across the EU and complementary issues in European internet policy.
He holds a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford and an MSc from the Oxford Internet Institute at the same university, and has previously worked for Chatham House in London and the UN Development Programme in Beijing.
His interests lie between technology and economic policy.
The computerisation of European jobs
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Chart of the Week: 54% of EU jobs at risk of computerisation
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Southern Europe is suspicious: the evolution of trust in the EU
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The Neutral Net in Europe: Reasons for Optimism
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