Affiliated Lecturer at the Centre of Development Studies, Cambridge University.
MPhil Development Studies (Cambridge)
MSc Finance (London Business School)
MA History & Economics (Oxford)
An Affiliated Lecturer at the Centre of Development Studies, Cambridge University.
Richard holds an MPhil in Development Studies from the University of Cambridge, an MSc in Finance from London Business School and an MA & BA in History and Economics from the University of Oxford.
Has over 20 years’ experience in global financial markets most of which as an Emerging Markets fund manager in London and Singapore managing a portfolio of foreign exchange, options, equities, bonds & loans in the BRICs, Nigeria, Pakistan, Cote d’Ivoire, Vietnam, South Africa & Ghana amongst others.
Research interests include the Political Economy of Development and Markets, Innovation in Agricultural Commodity chains and Sustainable Development solutions in the African Cotton sector
Richard lectures at the Centre of Development Studies for MPhil Paper 2: Institutions & Development & co-ordinates & teaches Paper 43: Development Issues in Sub-Saharan Africa. He also lectures & supervises for the Land Economy Undergraduate Paper 17: Land policy & Development economics and is a member of the Tutor panel at the Institute of Continuing Education, Madingley College, Cambridge where he teaches for the Undergraduate Certificate in International Development.