Arts & Culture and Education Research Fellow, 2007-2009
Julian has now returned to Australia. While at Policy Exchange Julian co-authored several education reports. Prior to joining Policy Exchange, he worked in both marketing and research roles in publishing and financial services. He has a degree in Economics from the University of New South Wales, Sydney.
Related Posts & Publications
by Julian Chant | Aug 18, 2009Read Publication By Anna Fazackerley, Julian Chant, Claire Callender & David Wilkinson. One of the greatest and most glossed-over injustices in the English higher education system is the fact that part-time undergraduate students, who are older and from less...
by Julian Chant | Apr 24, 2009Read Publication The government must confront the ‘no-fail’ culture in higher education and accept the possibility that a university could go under. Private providers could be allowed to step in to take over all or part of a failing institution. Sink or swim? analyses...
by Julian Chant | Nov 30, 2008Read Publication Pupils may be unknowingly ruining their chances of getting into a top university by choosing so-called ‘soft’ A-levels including Law, Media Studies and Psychology. The hard truth about ‘soft’ subjects reveals that the vast majority of...
by Julian Chant | Sep 4, 2008Read Publication Each year, in England and Wales, approximately 66,000 offenders will return to society from prison. The estimated total cost of re-offending to society is £13 billion per year. You’re Hired!investigates ways of encouraging the employment of...
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RT @edking_I This is a pretty interesting 2021 piece on #climate risk by ex CIA chief David Petraeus + @BenMcAleenan... excerpt below pertinent given escalating global food crisis policyexchange.org.u… pic.twitter.com/knI4…
RT @PaulGoodmanCH Moggcast Snippet 2) The discovery that they aren’t necessarily so advertised was revealed by @benjaminbarnard of @Policy_Exchange. @Jacob_Rees_Mogg Mogg suggests that Barclay drove the decision but adds “Getting it some publicity certainly helped.” bit.ly/3wuapte
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The Demographic Trilemma facing Developed Countries: Economic Buoyancy, Egoism (ie desire not to change nappies at 3am etc) & Ethnic Continuity - you can only have 2 of the 3, argues @StAntsCollege's Dr Paul Morland at Policy Exchange. @David_Goodhart pic.twitter.com/Bld9…
RT @benjaminbarnard From last week, all Senior Civil Service jobs will be advertised externally. This change will: 🔥allow talented civil servants to rise through the ranks more quickly 👩💻encourage gifted outsiders to join the service 🏳️🌈promote diversity at the top of the Service It’s GREAT news twitter.com/benjamin…