Jeremy Bowles

Jeremy Bowles is a Graduate student at Harvard University. Jeremy holds a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford and an MSc from the Oxford Internet Institute. He is also a former IGC Hub Economist, and prior to this spent time at Chatham House working on European economic governance, as a Google Policy Fellow at Bruegel, and in the democratic governance team of the UNDP in Beijing.

His main research interests relate to political economy, state effectiveness, and technology in development.

Content by Jeremy Bowles
  • Publication - Bulletin

    The economic impacts of Ebola – Bulletin six (December 2015)

    16 Dec 2015 | Jeremy Bowles, Jonas Hjort, Timothy Melvin, Eric Werker

  • Project

    The impact of the Ebola outbreak on firms in Liberia

    Most of the estimates of the economic impact of Ebola have been either anecdotal or top-down using national accounts. We do not yet have survey data on how individual firms are being hit by the epidemic and how they are responding, including the effect on workers and the orientation of the firms themselves to potentially new business opportunities. We propose collecting...

    20 Feb 2015 | Jeremy Bowles, Jonas Hjort, Timothy Melvin, Eric Werker