Mr. Hector Pollitt is a Director and the Chief Economist at Cambridge Econometrics. He is also a Research Fellow at the C-EENRG Center at the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge. His current research interests include integrating complex, non-linear behavior within existing macroeconomic frameworks.
Hector is a post-Keynesian economist and has worked with Cambridge Econometrics’ global E3ME macro-econometric model for more than 17 years. He has used the model to contribute to numerous official policy assessments, particularly relating to energy, climate, and labor markets.
In 2018, he led a study for the European Commission to assess how long-term “megatrends” such as demographic change and technological progress might shape our economies and labor markets in the coming decades.