Jonathan Cave has been Senior Teaching Fellow in Economics at the University of Warwick since 1994. For more than 30 years, he also worked for the RAND Corporation most recently as Senior Research Fellow at RAND Europe. He has previously been a visiting professor, research fellow and lecturer at several universities in the US, including UC Los Angeles. Before entering academia, he was an economist at the Bank of England and later the US Federal Trade Commission. Jonathan is a Member of Defra’s Science Advisory Council Exotic Disease Subgroup. Jonathan holds no other public appointments and has not undertaken any party political activity.
His current roles include:
- Senior Fellow, Economics - University of Warwick;
- Editor, Cybersecurity Journal;
- Director, 21c Research;
- Member, Scientific Advisory Committee for Exotic Disease;
- Associate Fellow, Centre for Science and Policy;
- Associate Fellow, Meaningful Consent in the Digital Economy;
- Fellow, Global Networked Knowledge Society;
- Member, Lord Rootes Memorial Fund Committee;
- Member, Ethics Advcisory Working Group, Alan Turing Insitute;
- Expert consultant, PICASSO Project (European Commission DG CNECT project on EU-US collaboration issues relating to 5G networks, the Internet of Things/Cyberphysical Systems and Big Data); and
- Expert consultant, Future of Digital Innovation Networks (European Commission DG CNECT project).
Member, Regulatory Policy Committee
The Regulatory Policy Committee consists of 8 independent experts with experience and current knowledge of business, employee, consumer and economics issues. Members were appointed after an open competition which followed the Commissioner for Public Appointments’ code of practice.