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David Merlin-Jones, FRSA is Director of the Wealth of Nations Project at Civitas: Institute of Civil Society. He specialises in energy, economics and industry.

He is a graduate from Exeter College, University of Oxford where he studied modern history.

He joined Civitas in 2010 as a Research Fellow and became Director of the Wealth of Nations Project in November 2011.

Among other reports, he has previously authored three books: Chain Reactions: How the chemical industry can shrink our carbon footprint (2011), CO2.1: Beyond the EU's Emissions Trading System (2012) and Extending Lending: The case for a state-backed investment bank (2012).

Merlin-Jones' work has been cited in the House of Commons and he has provided evidence to the Environmental Audit Committee. In addition, his reports have been covered in broadsheets and tabloids alike, and he has spoken about economic issues on various BBC radio programmes.

He is also a Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts.

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David Merlin-Jones is Director of the Wealth of Nations Project. He is a graduate from Exeter College, University of Oxford where he studied modern history. He joined Civitas in 2010 as a Research Fellow, focusing on economic issues and, in particular, British manufacturing and energy. He became Director of the Wealth of Nations Project in November 2011. He has previously authored Chain Reactions: How the chemical industry can shrink our carbon footprint (2011) and The Big Problem for Small Business: The Case for an Industry Bank (2011) and other Civitas reports including Rock Solid? An investigation into the British cement industry (2010) and Economic Growth - could the Government do more? (2011) (with David Green).

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