Sam Bowman

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Sam Bowman
Born
Samuel Bowman
ResidenceLondon
Alma materUniversity College Cork
OccupationEconomist

Sam Bowman (/ˈbmən/) is a neoliberal[1] political theorist and economist

Life and career[edit]

Bowman holds a BA in History and Economics at University College Cork and a MA from the School of Oriental and African Studies.[2] He joined the Adam Smith Institute in 2010 working as Research Manager and Policy Director before being promoted to Deputy Director in 2014 and Executive Director in 2015.[3][4][5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "I’m a neoliberal. Maybe you are too"
  2. ^ "Debating Matters - People - Sam Bowman". debatingmatters.com.
  3. ^ Bowman, Sam (14 October 2010). "Economic growth will deliver us from the pessimism of WWF predictions". The Daily Telegraph.
  4. ^ "20 questions with… Sam Bowman - Blue and Green Tomorrow". blueandgreentomorrow.com.
  5. ^ "Sam Bowman promoted to deputy director of the Adam Smith Institute". Libertarian Home.

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