Leslie Budd
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Biography <p>Leslie Budd is Reader in Social Enterprise in the Department of Public Leadership and Social Enterprise (PuLSE) at the Open University Business School. He is an economist who is internationally known for his work on regional and urban economics in the context of global issues, the digital economy and the socioeconomic impacts of BREXIT . He was formerly Senior Economist at the West London Training and Enterprise Council where he jointly established the Research and Intelligence Centre and Associate Director of Capital Business Strategies.</p><p>Leslie has undertaken economic and financial analysis for a number of regional, national and international organisations.&nbsp;These include the Corporation of London, the Small Business Service, the Capital Market Authority in Riyadh; and the Iraq Ministry of Planning.&nbsp;Between 2014 and 2016 he was Special Economic Advisor to the Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment Committee of the Northern Ireland Assembly, producing research and policy briefing, for example the consequences of devolved taxation and the impact of BREXIT on the Northern Ireland Economy</p><p>&nbsp;He is author of a number of books including subjects of global finance; the digital economy, electronic governance;&nbsp; urban studies, devoltion of the UK economy and the politiacl economy of BREXIT. His latest book is a jointly edited collection on the impact of BREXIT&nbsp; on Ireland.&nbsp; He has also published papers on financial crises, regional competitiveness, cohesion policy in the EU, city leadership,&nbsp;<i></i>and impact of Brexit, including challenges for the Northern Ireland Agrifood sector.</p><p>He was member of the research team that evaluated the European Commission -funded Electronic Government for You (EGOV4U) project at the University.&nbsp; Other research projects include the economic growth and employment projection for the<em>Outline Spatial Straegy for Iraq</em>on behalf of the Danish Foreign Ministry, the&nbsp; ESRC-funded<em>eGov4All: Creating a Digital Social Economy</em>, and the Higher Education Innovation Fund suppported&nbsp;<em>The Economic Impact of Sport on the Milton Keynes City-Region.&nbsp;</em>Currently Leslie is Technical Lead for<em>Benefits of the ESA&nbsp; Exploration Roadmap in Socioeconomics (BEERS)</em>project funded by the European Space Agency. A related project, with space science colleagues, evaluates the socioeconomic benefits of&nbsp;<em>Spaceport Scotland,&nbsp;</em>jointly supported by Research England and the Higher Educaiton Innovation Fund<i>.</i></p><p>&nbsp;Leslie is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, a Chartered Member of the Institute of Transport and Logistics, former Chair and current Fellow of the Regional Studies Association. At present he is Chair of the Urban and Regional Economics Seminar Group (URESG).<em>&nbsp;</em></p>
Description <p>Leslie Budd is Reader in Social Enterprise in the Department of Public Leadership and Social Enterprise (PuLSE) at the Open University Business School. He is an economist who is internationally known for his work on regional and urban economics in the context of global issues, the digital economy and the socioeconomic impacts of BREXIT . He was formerly Senior Economist at the West London Training and Enterprise Council where he jointly established the Research and Intelligence Centre and Associate Director of Capital Business Strategies.</p><p>Leslie has undertaken economic and financial analysis for a number of regional, national and international organisations.&nbsp;These include the Corporation of London, the Small Business Service, the Capital Market Authority in Riyadh; and the Iraq Ministry of Planning.&nbsp;Between 2014 and 2016 he was Special Economic Advisor to the Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment Committee of the Northern Ireland Assembly, producing research and policy briefing, for example the consequences of devolved taxation and the impact of BREXIT on the Northern Ireland Economy</p><p>&nbsp;He is author of a number of books including subjects of global finance; the digital economy, electronic governance;&nbsp; urban studies, devoltion of the UK economy and the politiacl economy of BREXIT. His latest book is a jointly edited collection on the impact of BREXIT&nbsp; on Ireland.&nbsp; He has also published papers on financial crises, regional competitiveness, cohesion policy in the EU, city leadership,&nbsp;<i></i>and impact of Brexit, including challenges for the Northern Ireland Agrifood sector.</p><p>He was member of the research team that evaluated the European Commission -funded Electronic Government for You (EGOV4U) project at the University.&nbsp; Other research projects include the economic growth and employment projection for the<em>Outline Spatial Straegy for Iraq</em>on behalf of the Danish Foreign Ministry, the&nbsp; ESRC-funded<em>eGov4All: Creating a Digital Social Economy</em>, and the Higher Education Innovation Fund suppported&nbsp;<em>The Economic Impact of Sport on the Milton Keynes City-Region.&nbsp;</em>Currently Leslie is Technical Lead for<em>Benefits of the ESA&nbsp; Exploration Roadmap in Socioeconomics (BEERS)</em>project funded by the European Space Agency. A related project, with space science colleagues, evaluates the socioeconomic benefits of&nbsp;<em>Spaceport Scotland,&nbsp;</em>jointly supported by Research England and the Higher Educaiton Innovation Fund<i>.</i></p><p>&nbsp;Leslie is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, a Chartered Member of the Institute of Transport and Logistics, former Chair and current Fellow of the Regional Studies Association. At present he is Chair of the Urban and Regional Economics Seminar Group (URESG).<em>&nbsp;</em></p>
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Job title Professor of Regional Economy
Research overview <p>Leslie&#39;s&nbsp;research interests lie in the fields of regional economic development particularly global and European Union economic governance with regard to international financial markets; eEconomy, eGovernance and eEntrepreneurship in relation to changing functional and territorial scales; public governance, policy and management, and the evaluation of teh socioeconomic benefits of space exploration,&nbsp;</p>
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