“My job is to help clients understand their problems and to use economics and common sense to improve the way things work. There is nothing more rewarding than helping people to see both the detail and the bigger picture.”
Dr Stephen Rosevear
Education: PhD – University of Bristol (Regional and Industrial Policy), BA (Hons) University of York (Economic and Social History)
Areas of Expertise: Skills and labour market analysis; life sciences, advanced manufacturing & sectoral studies, economic and financial appraisal; case making & policy advocacy.
Stephen joined Regeneris in 2014. He has worked as an economist in four Government departments, and as an Associate Director for DTZ Research and Consulting. He was also the Strategy and Research Director at Cogent Skills, where he worked on the establishment of the Science Industrial Partnership (SIP). He was also a lecturer in economics at the University of Warwick and in economic history at the London School of Economics.
Stephen is an experienced economist with a background in labour market analysis, skills and industrial strategy. He is also an expert in economic appraisal and Five Case Business Models, having worked as the senior economist of CLG’s Central Project Review Group and as a Gateway Reviewer for the Office of Government Commerce.
His recent work has focused on the skills gap, helping local authorities, LEPs, national bodies and other clients understand and meet tomorrow’s labour force requirements. Stephen has also recently finished a national skills strategy for the Science Industry Partnership, an employer body led by GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, AstraZeneca and the Chemicals Growth Partnership.
Stephen relaxes with poorly written science fiction, his family and Timmy the Tibetan Terrier.
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