Dr Andrew Lilico
Chief Economist, 2009-2010
Dr Andrew Lilico is now the Director and Principal of Europe Economics. He is also a member of the IEA/Sunday Times Shadow Monetary Policy Committee. Prior to working at Policy Exchange he was Managing Director of Europe Economics, and has also worked as an economist for the Institute for Fiscal Studies and the Institute of Directors, as a business analyst for two plastics multinationals, as a mathematical chemist for ICI, and as an opera singer for Opera New Zealand.His first degree was from St John’s College, Oxford, and his doctorate was from University College London (where he has also lectured in Money and Banking, Macroeconomics, and Corporate Finance). He also has a Masters degree in Philosophy from the University of London.
Related Posts & Publications
by Dr Andrew Lilico | Dec 20, 2010Read Publication Bank Creditors, Moral Hazard and Systemic Risk Regulation argues that there should be a semi-automatic procedure to recapitalise troubled banks whereby bank bonds are converted into equity. This report considers the economic and ethical perils of...
by Dr Andrew Lilico | Nov 9, 2010Read Publication By Ed Holmes, Dr Andrew Lilico, Tom Flanagan. Industrial relations in the UK are in need of significant modernisation. Changes in the nature of employment and the workforce, increased concentration of union membership, the proliferation of litigation...
by Dr Andrew Lilico | Oct 17, 2010Read Publication By Ed Holmes. Edited by Hiba Sameen & Dr Andrew Lilico. The Coalition government plans to cut departmental budgets by 25% by 2014/15. This major report considers how to achieve this for six key departments: Education, Business, Innovation and...
by Dr Andrew Lilico | Aug 21, 2010Read Publication Chief Economist Andrew Lilico has predicted that a double-dip recession in the UK would be followed by a big boom, which in turn would send inflation as high as 10% with interest rates needing to be raised significantly in order to prevent runaway...
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