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Email

anb41@cam.ac.uk

Affiliated Lecturer

PhD in Law (Cantab); PhD in Empirical Psychology (UCL/ IoE); LLM (UoL); MA in Philosophy (KCL); PGDip LPC (UoL); PGDip Law (Middlesex); PGCE (UCL/ IoE); BSc (Hons), (Manchester); Solicitor (non-practicing); Notary Public (non- practicing)

Interests

Tax Policy, Tax Law, Political Philosophy, Constitutional Law, Subordinated Debt Securities

CV / Biography

Alexis Brassey is an Affiliated Lecturer at the Cambridge Law Faculty and Visiting Fellow of the Centre for Tax Law. He is also the course convenor for the Tax Law and Policy Seminar paper (offered within the Tripos), as well as researching in tax & constitutional law, and political philosophy.

Previously, Alexis was the Managing Partner of Cavendish Legal Group, after working in senior management at a number of investment banks including BZW, Lehman Brothers, Citibank, Sakura Bank and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation. He is currently non-executive Chairman of Cranborne Technology.

Publications

 

Books

Tax Law in Times of Crisis (with Cogan, D) (eds) (Hart Publishing), forthcoming

Co-editor(s):
De Cogan, D
Co-Author/s:
Cogan, D
Publisher:
Hart Publishing
Published Forthcoming

Greed (ed) (Palgrave Mcmillan, 2009)

Co-editor(s):
Stephen Barber
Publisher:
Palgrave Mcmillan
ISBN:
0230201482
ISBN 13:
978-0230201484
Published Oct 2009

Articles

"The Village of Billionaires: Fair Taxation and Redistribution Amid Relative and Absolute Poverty" 99 Tax Notes International 97

Co-Author/s:
Ordower, H.
Citation:
99 Tax Notes International 97
Published: Jul 2020

"Politicians should put up collateral if they want to buy votes" The Lawyer

Citation:
The Lawyer
DOI:
 ISSN 0953-7902, 11/2011
Published: Nov 2011

"Legal education's oversupply is unethical" The Lawyer, ISSN 0953-7902, 04/2011

Citation:
The Lawyer, ISSN 0953-7902, 04/2011
Published: Apr 2011

"Does the use of inter-group competition enhance performance in short-term summative testing"" Teaching Business & Economics; Hassocks Vol. 10, Iss. 2, (Summer 2006): 32-34

Co-Author/s:
Roncarati, Marco; Bridges, Paul; Creaby, Caroline
Citation:
Teaching Business & Economics; Hassocks Vol. 10, Iss. 2, (Summer 2006): 32-34
Published: Aug 2006

"Ethics, Capitalism and the Managerial Aristocracy" Vol 4 No.3

Citation:
Vol 4 No.3
Published: Mar 2003

Book Chapters

"The implications of intergenerational issues on tax policy in a post-Covid world. An examination of age discrimination" in De Cogan, D., Brassey A (ed(s)), Tax Law in Times of Crisis (Hart Publishing), forthcoming

Publisher:
Hart Publishing
Published Forthcoming

"From Bretton Woods to Tiger Woods" in Stephen Barber (ed(s)), The Geo-politics of the City (Forum Press, 2007)

Publisher:
Forum Press
Published Sep 2007

"Ethics in the City" in Stephen Barber (ed(s)), The City in Europe and the World (European Research Forum, 2006)

Publisher:
European Research Forum
Published Jan 2006

Book Reviews

The dreadful monster and its poor relations: taxing, spending and the United Kingdom, 1707-2021 British Tax Review, Issue 5, 2021

Co-Author/s:
Daunton, M., Stebbings, C., De Cogan, D.
Published May 2021