Adam joined ResPublica as a Research Manager in January 2013. He co-ordinates ResPublica’s research output through the three core workstreams, and is currently focused on ways in which to radicalise the Government’s decentralisation programme. His coming work will mostly focus on localism, criminal justice, welfare and health reform.
Before joining ResPublica, Adam worked in a wide range of roles; including in public affairs, political events management and public policy research. He is a law graduate and has a particular interest in philosophical communitarianism, virtue ethics and distributism. His political heroes are Edmund Burke, Benjamin Disraeli and Stanley Baldwin.