Dominic Swords, Visiting Professor of Business Economics, Henley Business School

Dominic Swords

Visiting Professor of Business Economics

Henley Business School

Dominic has a background in the City working in Economic Intelligence at the Bank of England during the 80s and has worked in Business Schools for some 20 years including London Business School and Henley Business School. His primary research and consulting covers business economics, strategic management and innovation.

He is a regular contributor to a number of TV and Radio programmes including the BBC's Financial World Tonight, World Business Report, News 24, the Money Programme, CNBC's ‘Strictly Money' and the Today Programme. Recent subjects have included commentary on topical issues such as economic prospects for the EU and UK, the re-structuring of the European airline industry, financial planning and inheritance, OPEC oil price decisions and the impact of oil prices on industry growth and profitability.

He has over 15 years of international experience having run client projects in the EU, the US, the Far East - in Hong Kong, mainland China, Malaysia and Japan - and Australia.

Areas of Interest

- Economics
- Strategic Management
- Innovation

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