Chief of Staff and Research Director of the LSE's Growth Commission
Richard Davis was Economics Advisor to the Former Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne at HM Treasury. Other policy roles include working at the Bank of England where he managed teams covering International Macroeconomics and the Financial Sector. He was a lead author of the Bank's Financial Stability Report.
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He began his career as a Macroeconomist, working in private-sector consultancy, and then as a Government Antitrust Economist at the UK Competition Commission. Richard's research has been published in the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking and the Journal of Financial Stability, and he previously held a lectureship at Lincoln College, Oxford, where he taught Macroeconomics, and Money and Banking. He studied economics at Oxford and the London School of Economics. As a journalist Richard has written for The Economist, The Times and 1843 Magazine. He edited a book on economics - 'Making Sense of the Modern Economy'.
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Richard volunteers for a number of economics-related charities. He is a director of CORE Economics Education, and gives talks about economics and journalism in state schools for Speakers for Schools. He has previously worked with Pro Bono Economics to help charities estimate the impact of their work.
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