Emily Jones directs the Global Economic Governance Programme which fosters research and debate on how to make the global economy inclusive and sustainable. She is also a Fellow of University College. Emily’s research examines the political economy of global trade and finance, focusing on the ways in which governments can exert influence in asymmetric negotiations. Emily teaches courses on international political economy and negotiation strategy and skills for public policy, specialising in international trade. She recently ran executive short courses for the UK and Indonesian governments.
Emily holds a DPhil in International Political Economy from the University of Oxford, and an MSc (distinction) in Development Economics from the School of African and Oriental Studies, University of London, and a first-class BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford. She previously worked in Ghana's Ministry of Trade and Industry, for Oxfam GB, and for the UK Department for International Development.
Jones, E., Knaack, P. (2019) Global Financial Regulation: Shortcomings and Reform Options Research Article, Global Policy
Jones, E., Zeitz, A. O. (2019) Regulatory Convergence in the Financial Periphery: How Interdependence Shapes Regulators’ Decisions Research Article, International Studies Quarterly
Jones, E., Beck, T., Knaack, P. (2018) Mind the Gap: Making Basel Standards Work for Developing Countries Policy Brief, Global Economic Governance Programme, Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford
Jones, E., Beck, T., Knaack, P. (2018) Room to Manoeuvre: How Developing Countries Can Tailor Basel Standards Policy Brief, Global Economic Governance Programme, Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford
Emily Jones teaches courses on international economic relations and negotiation skills for public policy as part of the Master of Public Policy. She also runs a policy simulation on international trade negotiations. Emily supervises DPhil theses in international political economy, and teaches executive short-courses on negotiation strategy, with a focus on international trade.