03. Policy Expert Committee

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Policy Expert Committee

The main objective of this committee will be to ensure a dialogue between the main findings and propositions of the project and the research and policy communities. This policy experts committee will act in strong cooperation with the UCAMMembers will act as referees of reports and will participate in workshops and conferences, especially once AUGUR scenarios are specified and their policy implications debatable

Composition of the Policy Experts Committee


Allan Larson, Lund University, former Director-General of Emplyement and Social Affairs, European Commission and former Minister of Finance, Sweden


Abhijit Sen, Member of the Indian Planning Commission and Professor of Economics at Jawaharlal Nehru University

Dic Lo, Senior Lecturer at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, an expert on China’s transformation

Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Arts, London, former head of the Prime Minister’s Policy Unit

Vignis Finnbogadottir, former President of Iceland

Louka Katseli, Director, OECD Development Centre, OECD

Juan-Carlos Moreno-Brid, Regional Adviser at the United Nations Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (UNECLAC), Mexico

Lance Taylor, Professor of International Cooperation and Development, New School for Social Research, New York

Mahmoud Abd El Fadil, Chairman of the Faculty of Economics, Cairo University and formerly consultant to UNDP, ILO and Arab League

Robert Boyer, of the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and CEPREMAP in Paris and author of a great many studies on contemporary economic development and the role of institutions

Lord Martin Rees, Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, Astronomer Royal and President of the Royal Society

Se Eun Jeong, Professor of Economics at Choongnam National University, Korea and an expert on financial markets and their effect on the South-East Asian economies

Veena Jha, Coordinator, Indian Program, UNCTAD and editor of Trade, Globalization and Gender - Evidence from South Asia

Mats Karlsson, World Bank Country Director for the Maghreb, formerly World Bank Vice President of External Affairs and United Nations Affairs, Swedish State Secretary for International Development Cooperation and Chief Economist of the Swedish Foreign Ministry.

Correspondent in AUGUR Steering Committee:

Lord John Eatwell (UCAM)

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