Roger Bootle is Chairman of Capital Economics which he founded in 1999. His career as an economist began as a lecturer at St Anne's College, Oxford, after which he worked as a City economist including as Group Chief Economist of HSBC. He has been a member of the Chancellor’s panel of Independent Economic Advisers and a specialist adviser to the House of Commons Treasury Committee (1998-2017). He is an economic columnist with the Daily Telegraph and his books include The AI Economy: Work, Wealth and Welfare in the Robot Age (2019) and The Trouble with Europe: Why the EU Isn't Working, How It Can Be Reformed, What Could Take Its Place (2014). He was the author for Politeia of The EU: An idea whose time has passed (2016).

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