Sam Juthani

Economist, WRAP

Originally from
United Kingdom
Currently living in
United Kingdom

"I work for an environmental charity, looking at resource use. If a material has value at the end of a production process, then it logically should be used again, or sold on. It frequently isn't, so this is an area in which there is a serious market failure. My job is to analyse these, and help the charity that I work for to provide information and market co-ordination that corrects these failures whilst avoiding the risk of government failure."


This Economics of Public Policy alum works as an economist, a chocolatier, and candidate for Parliament. Read about his chocolate-flapjack recipe, which helped him pass BSE exams!

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