Jos Henson Grič

Research Fellow for Economics, Technology and Science


Jos joined Policy Exchange in February 2018 as a Research Fellow in the Economics and Social Policy Team, with a focus on the role of Technology and Science in shaping the UK’s future. Prior to joining Policy Exchange Jos worked for several FinTech startups, in both the UK and Slovakia, leading work on innovation, product development and partnerships. Jos served as a Senior Policy Researcher at the Centre for Social Justice from 2013-2015, publishing three key reports on personal debt, financial inclusion and the role of FinTech in improving financial capability for low-income households. As a freelance researcher and consultant, Jos has written reports and worked for the Open Society Foundation, the Big Lottery Fund, the Spectator and Lord Griffiths of Fforestfach. During his education, he studied in the US, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK, focusing on Economics, History, EU Integration and Law.

Jos Henson Grič

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