‘Impact’ activities

The ‘impact’ agenda is now part of all our academic lives, so these are the activities I think have some ‘impact’ attached to them.

‘Bringing transparency, coordination and convergence to corporate tax policies in the European Union. Part II: Evaluation of the European Added Value of the recommendations in the ECON legislative own-initiative draft report‘ (with Erik Jones) a study for the European Parliament (January 2016)

Bringing transparency, coordination and convergence to corporate tax policies in the European Union. Part I:  Assessment of the magnitude of aggressive corporate tax planning‘ (with Erik Jones, Silvia Merler), a study for the European Parliament (November 2015)

The role of the EU in promoting a broader transatlantic partnership (with Erik Jones), a study for the European Parliament (February 2013).

‘Defence and Security in a Cold Economic Climate: The Impact on Conflict and Competition’, in Chris Donnelly (Ed), The British Army 2012, NewsDeskMedia/MoD, June 2012.

May 2012 (with Justin Frosini) – ‘The Extraterritorial Effects of Legislation and Policies in the EU and US‘, European Parliament Study.

June 2011 – October 2012 – PI (with Michael Goodman)- The History of British Intelligence and Security – UK Research Council Funded.

September 2010 – February 2011 – Principal Researcher – ‘The HERO Review’. This was a review exploring the management and future of the defence estates, run out of the KCL’s Centre for Defence Studies.

June 2010 – European Parliament – Transatlantic Security – including a presentation to US Congress people and MEPs in Madrid, June 2010.

August 2009 – present – ‘Lessons Learned from Intelligence’ – archival research and analysis, teaching materials, policy seminars (May-July 2010).

Advisor to the MoD’s Advanced Research Assessment Group, which was shut in 2010.

2006 – ‘EU Foreign Policy and Sub-Saharan Africa’, European Parliament: Brussels

2005 -‘Joint Actions concerning Anti-Personnel Landmines’, European Parliament: Brussels

2005 – ‘Ways and means to enhance ACP parliaments’ role in the formulation of the CountryStrategy Papers (CSP) and parliaments’ oversight of the utilisation of the European Development Funds (EDF), especially in the context of budget support’, European Parliament: Brussels

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