Andrew Black

Andrew is a senior research fellow at both the Global Policy Institute in London, and the Brunel Business School, London. He has taught at the Warwick and London Business Schools, as well as at other academic institutions in the UK and US. He has worked for several large banks as an economist and analyst in Frankfurt, and also worked for the Max Planck and Science Centre institutes in Starnberg and West Berlin respectively. He has published several books and many articles on a variety of economic and business topics.

He has previously worked as a defence analyst for several years looking at supply chain issues and how these affect public sector defence procurement. He also worked for PwC as a Director specializing on business strategy and shareholder value issues.

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