Head of Government & Constitution Unit, 2006-2009
After reading PPE at Magdalen College, Oxford, Roger worked as an international investment analyst for fifteen years. He lived in Japan from 1988 to 1991 and later specialised in the European banking industry. At the 1997 General Election he stood as Conservative candidate. Roger specializes in constitution, machinery of government and local government.During his time with Policy Exchange, Roger contributed to five publications. Roger is now focussing on his work as a local councillor in Kent, where he is Cabinet Member for Corporate Support Services and Performance Management. He also works for the LGA Urban Commission.
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by Roger Gough | Dec 11, 2007Read Publication By Roger Gough, Asheem Singh In the first publication of its kind, Policy Exchange examines the strength of left-wing and right-wing ideas in the world’s industrialised countries. The Global Political Monitor 2007 concludes that we are living in an...
by Roger Gough | Oct 2, 2006Read Publication This collection of essays is based on the premise that those born between 1980 and 1995 are an ‘unlucky generation’. Paying off student debts, struggling to get on to the housing ladder, and difficulty finding money to put aside for a comfortable...
by Roger Gough | May 15, 2003Read Publication Foreword by Lord Douglas Hurd; Edited by Roger Gough With the need to rebuild Iraq clearer and more urgent than ever, an international group of contributors commissioned by Policy Exchange examine case studies ranging from post WWII Germany and Japan...
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