SOAS University of London

Department of Economics

Mr Julian Boys

BSc (LSE), MSc (SOAS)
  • Research
  • Publications

Overview

Julian Boys
Name:
Mr Julian Boys
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Thesis title:
Industrialisation through regionalism? Policy space, industrial policy and upgrading in the East African Community textiles and apparel sector
Year of Study:
3
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Biography

Julian is a final year PhD candidate and Senior Teaching Fellow in the Department of Economics at SOAS. He also works as a consultant and researcher on economic policy issues for international organisations, social businesses and NGOs. He was previously an economic adviser to the governments of Haiti and the UK. 

Publications

  • Boys, J. & Andreoni, A. (2020) ‘Value chain directionality, upgrading, and industrial policy in the Tanzanian textile and apparel sectors’, UNU-WIDER Working Paper 2020 850-4. https://doi.org/10.35188/UNU-WIDER/2020/850-4
  • Andreoni, A., J. Boys & S. Torreggiani (2020) Building and Utilizing Productive Capacities in Africa and the LDCs: A Holistic and Practical Guide. UN: UNCTAD.
  • Boys, J. & Walsh, A. (2020). Economic interventions to manage popular unrest. K4D Helpdesk Report 753. Brighton, UK: Institute of Development Studies.
  • Walsh, A & Boys, J. (2020). The political economy of fossil fuel subsidies in the Middle East and North Africa. K4D Helpdesk Report 835. Brighton, UK: Institute of Development Studies.
  • Boys, J. (2014) ‘Jobs, Votes and Legitimacy: The Political Economy of the Mozambican Cashew Processing Industry’s Revival’. Forum for Development Studies, 41(1), 23–52. https://doi.org/10.1080/08039410.2013.856812

Research

  • Political Economy of Industrialisation
  • Industrial and Trade Policy Design and Implementation
  • Trade Agreements and Policy Space
  • Economic Upgrading within Value Chains
  • Structural Transformation and Inter-sectoral Dynamics
  • Political Settlements and Rent-seeking

Publications

Articles

Boys, Julian (2014) 'Jobs, Votes and Legitimacy: the Political Economy of the Mozambican Cashew Processing Industry’s Revival'. Forum for Development Studies, (41) 1, pp 23-52.

Monographs and Working Papers

Boys, Julian and Andreoni, Antonio (2020) Value chain directionality, upgrading, and industrial policy in the Tanzanian textile and apparel sectors. UNU-WIDER ReCom–Foreign Aid: Research and Communication.

 

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