Briefings for Brexit is comprised of professionals from a wide range of academic, business and other backgrounds. Below is a brief introduction to our editors and contributors.
Editorial Consultant: Dr Anna Bailey, political scientist, author of Politics Under the Influence. Vodka and Public Policy in Putin’s Russia (Cornell University Press)
Newsletter Editor: An Oxbridge-based PhD Student (who prefers to remain anonymous)
- Rt Hon Sir Richard Aikens
- Lord Glasman
- Dr Philip Cunliffe
- Professor Gwythian Prins
- Baroness Deech
- Dr Thomas Simpson
- Ms Pamela Dow
- Professor Richard Tuck
- Dr Joanna Williams
Professor David Collins, Professor of International Economic Law, The City Law School, City University of London.
Professor Carol Harlow, QC, FBA, Emeritus Professor of Law at the London School of Economics.
Professor Peter Ramsey, Professor of Law, London School of Economics.
Professor Guglielmo Verdirame, Professor of International Law King’s College, London.
Business, Finance and Economics:
Professor David Blake, Professor of Finance and Director of the Pensions Institute, Cass Business School, City University of London.
Mr Martin Davison, retired tax consultant, now following academic pursuits in early Christianity, palaeoanthropology, mathematics and Latin.
Ruth Lea CBE Economic Advisor and Non_Executive Director of the Arbuthnot Banking Group, and Fellow of the RSA and the Royal Statistical Society
Mr Robert Lee, Former Chief Economist, Board of Executors (South Africa), Economic Consultant (UK), and private investor.
Sir Paul Marshall, chairman of Marshall Wace.
Mr Rory Maw, Bursar, Magdalen College, Oxford.
Dr Paul Sheard, Former Vice-Chairman and Chief Economist of S&P Global, now Senior Fellow, Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government, Harvard Kennedy School.
Mr Rory Sutherland, Executive Creative Director at OgilvyOne, Ogilvy Group UK.
Mr Edmund Truell, co-founder, the Pension Superfund.
Mr Peter Udale, CEO Pembridge Analytics.
Mr Harry Western, pen-name of a senior economist working in the private sector who wishes to remain anonymous.
Professor Phil B Whyman Professor of Economics University of Central Lancashire Business School and Director of the Lancashire School of Business and Enterprise.
Professor Nigel Biggar, Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology, and Canon of Christ Church, University of Oxford.
Professor Paul Elbourne, Professor of the Philosophy of Language, Magdalen College, University of Oxford.
Professor John Gray, political philosopher, broadcaster and writer. Formerly Professor of European Thought at the London School of Economics.
Dr James Orr, McDonald Post-Doctoral Fellow in Theology, Ethics and Public Life, Christ Church, University of Oxford.
Professor David Betz Professor of war in the Modern World, Kings College, London
Dr Philip Cunliffe, Senior Lecturer in International Conflict, University of Kent
Mr John Forsyth, former member of the Council of the Royal Institute for International Affairs and Centre of International Studies, Cambridge
Mr Adrian Hill, former head of Commercial Department, British Embassy, Seoul, and former British Army Officer.
Dr Lee Jones, Reader in International Politics, Queen Mary, University of London
Sir Peter Marshall, formerly of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Assistant Secretary-General of the
Dr Thomas Mills, Lecturer in Diplomacy and Foreign Policy, University of Lancaster
Professor Michael Rainsborough Professor of Startegic Theory, Kings College, London
Dr Philip Towle, Emeritus Reader in International Relations, and former Director of the Centre of International Studies, Cambridge
Sir Andrew Wood, former UK Ambassador to Yugoslavia and to Russia, and currently Associate Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House.
Political and Social Sciences:
Dr Anna Bailey, political scientist, author of Politics Under the Influence. Vodka and Public Policy in Putin’s Russia (Cornell University Press)
Dr Robin Dunbar, Professor of Evolutionary Psychology, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford.
Lord (Maurice) Glasman, Labour peer, political theorist, and Director of the Common Good Foundation.
Professor Robert J. Jackson, Distinguished Professor at Carleton University Ottawa, and Emeritus Fletcher Jones Professor of International Relations at the University of Redlands, California.
Michael James, former university lecturer in Politics, assistant editor of Economic Affairs.
Professor David Lane, Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences and Emeritus Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge University.
Dr Tara McCormack, School of History, Politics & International Relations, University of Leicester.
Professor Jonathan Rutherford, Emeritus Professor of Cultural Studies, Middlesex University. Writer, political adviser, and co-founder of Blue Labour.
Professor Richard Tuck, FBA, Frank G. Thomson Professor of Government at Harvard University.
Professor George Yarrow, Chair of the Regulatory Policy Institute, and Emeritus Fellow of Hertford College, Oxford.
Professor David Abulafia, FBA, Professor of Mediterranean History, Cambridge.
Professor Robert Colls, Professor of Cultural History at De Montfort University.
Sir Noel Malcolm, FBA, Senior Research Fellow at All Souls College, Oxford.
Professor Andrew Roberts, historian, Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University.
Dr Daniel Robinson, international history, Fellow of Magdalen College, University of Oxford. Former Senior Policy Adviser to the Minister for the Cabinet Office.
Dr Peter Sarris, Reader in Late Roman, Medieval and Byzantine History, Cambridge.
Professor Michael Vickers, Emeritus Professor of Archaeology, University of Oxford.
Education, Arts and Culture:
Dr Munira Mirza, arts adviser and writer.
Dr Nicholas Shrimpton, Emeritus Fellow in English Literature, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford.
Demography and Social Policy:
Professor David Coleman, Professor of Demography, University of Oxford Institute of Population Ageing.
Dr Ian Winter, senior lecturer, Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, University of Cambridge.