Supernumerary Fellow in Public Policy; Associate Professor in Public Policy (Global Economic Governance); Director, Global Economic Governance Programme
Emily Jones teaches courses on the international economic relations of governments and on negotiation skills to students studying for the Masters in Public Policy at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford. She also supervises students studying for the DPhil in Public Policy, on topics related to international political economy.
Emily Jones’ research examines government practices in asymmetric negotiations in the global economy. She directs the Global Economic Governance Programme, a research programme co-hosted by the Blavatnik School of Government and University College Oxford. The Programme fosters research and debate on how to make the global economy inclusive and sustainable. She is currently leading a 3-year project funded by DFID and the ESRC which examines how governments in developing countries are navigating global banking standards. Her past work examined how developing countries exert influence when they negotiate trade agreements with much larger parties.
Jones, Emily (2013) ‘Negotiating Against the Odds: A Guide for Trade Negotiators from Developing Countries’ Palgrave Macmillan
Jones, Emily and Zeitz, Alexandra (2017) ‘The Limits of Globalizing Basel Banking Standards’ Journal of Financial Regulation, Volume 3, Issue 1, 1 March 2017