Stephen Gibson is an expert in UK regulation and regulatory economics with over 30 years’ experience of leading major economic and regulation projects. He is a Senior Fellow at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government in Harvard Kennedy School, his area of research is how to improve regulatory processes and reduce the burden of regulation on businesses. Stephen is Chair of the UK government’s Regulatory Policy Committee which is the independent better regulation watchdog. In 2011 Stephen set up SLG Economics, an economics consultancy providing expert competition and regulatory economics advice to government,
regulators and regulated companies.
Stephen has an MA in Economics and Management Studies from Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge and has postgraduate qualifications in Computer Science (Cambridge University), Accounting and Finance (ACCA), EU Competition Law (Kings College London), Health Economics (Middlesex University) and Corporate Finance (London Business School). He has published articles on regulation, rail charging, postal economics and regulatory impact assessments in leading academic books and journals.