Jan Zeber

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.

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Fiscal principles for the future

Fiscal principles for the future

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A labour market that works

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A pro-growth economic strategy

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Helping Britain’s start-ups

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