graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a Masters in economics.
Graduate studies at University College London, Cambridge University and
the University of Westminster resulted
in two further masters’ degrees and a Graduate Diploma in Law
(equivalent to the academic component of a JD).
is the author of dozens of scholarly articles on issues ranging from
the morality of free trade to the regulation of the Internet, although
his academic research has focused primarily
on the relationship between institutions, economic development and
environmental protection. He has also edited several books and co-edits,
with Indur Goklany, the Electronic Journal of Sustainable Development (www.ejsd.org).
is also a visiting professor in the Department of International Studies
at the University of Buckingham (UK). Before joining Reason, he was
executive director of International
Policy Network (www.policynetwork.net),
a London-based think tank which he co-founded. Before that, he ran the
environment and technology programme at the Institute of Economic
Affairs, also in London.
Julian Morris Vice President, Research Reason Foundation