Dr Oliver Marc Hartwich
Chief Economist, 2005-2008
Upon leaving Policy Exchange Oliver emigrated to Australia, where he was a Research Fellow at the Centre for Independent Studies, Australia’s largest independent think tank. He is now the Executive Director of The New Zealand Initiative, an independent, non-partisan public policy think tank.Oliver was born in 1975 and studied Business Administration and Economics at Bochum University (Germany). After graduating with a Master’s Degree, he completed a PhD in Law at the universities of Bochum and Sydney (Australia) while working as a Researcher at the Institute of Commercial Law of Bonn University (Germany).Having published his award-winning thesis with Herbert Utz Verlag (Munich) in March 2004, Oliver moved to London to support Lord Matthew Oakeshott of Seagrove Bay during the process of the Pensions Bill. During his time with Policy Exchange, Oliver oversaw research into economic competitiveness, housing and welfare and was the UK Representative for the German think tank the Institute for Free Enterprise.
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by Dr Oliver Marc Hartwich | Nov 8, 2007Read Publication By Tim Leunig & James Swaffield. Edited by Dr Oliver Marc Hartwich. British towns and cities in receipt of substantial urban policy funding designed to bring them up to the economic standard nationally are, in fact, declining when judged by a...
by Dr Oliver Marc Hartwich | Oct 23, 2007Read Publication By Briar Lipson, Dr Oliver Marc Hartwich, Holger Schmieding Bank of America Chief Economist Europe Dr Holger Schmieding, Policy Exchange Chief Economist Dr Oliver Marc Hartwich and Policy Exchange Research Fellow Briar Lipson assess the UK’s...
by Dr Oliver Marc Hartwich | Jan 24, 2007Read Publication In three previous publications the report’s authors have shown that most of the problems with the housing market – low supply, high prices, overcrowding – can be attributed to the planning system. Evans and Hartwich conclude in The...
by Dr Oliver Marc Hartwich | Nov 23, 2006Read Publication Edited by Dr Oliver Marc Hartwich, James Panton Science vs Superstition – the case for a new scientific enlightenment challenges the common belief that scientific progress in today’s world inevitably entails an element of danger or moral uncertainty....
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Don't miss our last event of Labour Party Conference 2021. The book launch of ‘Broken Heartlands: A Journey Through Labour’s Lost England’, @SebastianEPayne in-conversation with @lisanandy. 18.00 in the Cambridge Room & live on our online platforms. youtube.com/watch?v=…
RT @Robert_WH_Ede Really fun chairing this event earlier. I asked each of the speakers to name one thing that would make the biggest difference. Their shopping list: 1️⃣ Better trust and transparency in data 2️⃣ Genuine service integration 3️⃣ Empowerment locally 4️⃣ A solution for the workforce twitter.com/policy_e…