Jim is Finance Director and a Co-founder of InterAnalysis. He is Professor Emeritus at the University of Sussex and associate fellow of CARIS, University of Sussex and of Chatham House. Jim was previously Professor of European Economic Integration and was Chief Economic Advisor at the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office until 1999. Previous to that he was the Head of the International Economic Programme at Chatham House. Jim has many years of experience as an economic analyst in British Government service and as an academic researcher and teacher. As well Jim has wide experience of researching, consulting and capacity building in the economic aspects of trade and development policy. He has a BSc in Agricultural Economics from the University of Glasgow and an MSc (Econ) from the London School of Economics.
Some of Jim’s publications include:
Impact of the formation of Trans Pacific Partnership on excluded Commonwealth developing Countries, Trade Hot Topics 106, The Commonwealth, 2014
Impact of TTIP on LDC and small economies in the Commonwealth. Trade Hot Topics no 102, the Commonwealth, 2013
Impact of the Proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership on Selected Developing Countries, Study for DFID, 2013, http://r4d.dfid.gov.uk/Output/193679/