Professor Adrian Pabst
Adrian Pabst is one of two Deputy Directors at NIESR. He read Economics at the University of Cambridge (1995-1998) and then went on to do a Masters at the London School of Economics before returning to Cambridge for his PhD.
His research is at the interface of political theory, political economy and public policy. He has a particular interest in the interaction between traditions of political economy, contemporary politics and fiscal policy.
He read Economics at the University of Cambridge (1995-1998) and then went on to do a Masters at the London School of Economics before returning to Cambridge for his PhD.
Adrian’s work on political economy has been published in a variety of economics journals, including International Review of Economics, Constitutional Political Economy, History of Political Economy and The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought.
He has also contributed to essay collections on Political Economy and the Eurozone. He is the editor of The Crisis of Global Capitalism (2011) and Blue Labour (2015), and the author of The Politics of Virtue (2016) and The Demons of Liberal Democracy (2019). Currently he is co-writing together with Prof. Roberto Scazzieri a monograph entitled The Constitution of Political Economy: Polity, Society and the Commonweal, which will be published by Cambridge University Press.