Sidney St, Cambridge CB2 3HU, United Kingdom
Pollitt graduated from Sidney Sussex College in 1989.
Radcliffe Sq, Oxford OX1 4AJ, United Kingdom
Pollitt graduated from Brasenose College in 1994.
The Old Schools, Trinity Ln, Cambridge CB2 1TN, United Kingdom
Pollitt worked at Cambridge University from 1994 till 1999.
77 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, United States
Pollitt worked at Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 2003 to 2004.
(Drawing on new empirical evidence and employing the lates...)
Drawing on new empirical evidence and employing the latest measurement techniques, the author investigates the claim that privately owned utilities exhibit higher productive efficiency than those in the public sector.
Pollitt graduated from Sidney Sussex College in Cambridge in 1989 with honors, receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1989. He then earned Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from Brasenose College in Oxford, in 1991 and 1994 respectively.
Pollitt worked as a lecturer between 1991 and 1994, at such educational institutions as Trinity College, Brasenose College, Worcester College and Balliol College. Pollitt also served as a lecturer in applied industrial organization in Cambridge University for 5 years from 1994. From 2001 till 2005 he was a co-leader of Cambridge-MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Electricity Project. For a year from 2003, he had held a position of a visiting associate professor in Department of Economics of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Pollitt is a contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals, including Journal of Energy Literature, Oxford Energy Forum, Journal of the Association of Christian Economists, International Journal of Strategic Management and Journal of Industrial Economics.
Currently, Pollitt is a research associate at the Centre for Business Research (CBR). He is also a Joint Academic Director at the Centre on Regulation in Europe.
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Pollitt is a member of the European Business Ethics Network, the Royal Economic Society, the Productivity Analysis and Research Network and the Association of Christian Economists.