Deputy Head, Economics and Prosperity, 2018-2021
Jan was Deputy Head for Economics and Prosperity at Policy Exchange, where he primarily worked on the Prosperity programme, helping to lead on a range of topics including corporate governance, competition and regulation. Prior to his current role he was a Policy Analyst at the TaxPayers’ Alliance. He has worked for a number of other think-tanks as well as the private sector, producing legal and economic analysis in fields as diverse as the regulation of sharing economy in the UK and administrative justice reform in Kenya.
Related Posts & Publications
by Jan Zeber | Oct 14, 2020Related Content The Government should give anyone without a job who wants to start a new business £100 a week for a year, says a new report from Policy Exchange – published a day after unemployment surged to the highest level in over three years. A labour market that...
by Jan Zeber | Jun 22, 2020Related Content This paper argues that the Government should spend more on capital investment. The case was already strong before the Covid-19 crisis and has been strengthened since, as its financing has become more affordable. The paper highlights the importance of...
by Jan Zeber | Jun 4, 2020Related Content The UK is enduring a health and economic crisis. Despite near-term uncertainties we believe that a new macro-economic framework can help the UK achieve stronger future growth. This report sets out a new macro-economic policy framework, based on the...
by Jan Zeber | Apr 14, 2020Related Content The Government has outlined an audacious package of measures aimed protecting as much of the UK’s productive potential as possible. But it is an outlier among comparable European economies in that it is yet to announce measures to help start-ups and...
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