• Director, Innovative Infrastructure Investment Programme

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Academic Profile

Alex directs the Innovative Infrastructure Investment (in3) programme at the University of Oxford's Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. A former fund manager, he has over 20 years of practitioner experience in investment and industry. Alex's research interests include water, energy, infrastructure, investment, and development. He focuses on the opportunities for empirical research to bridge knowledge gaps between academia and industry.

Alex also teaches on Oxford's undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA programmes, and is the director of two early-stage technology companies. He holds a master's degree with distinction in water science, policy and management, and a doctorate in economic geography; both from the University of Oxford.

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Teaching

Alex is a tutor in human geography at St Catherine's College. Catz typically has around 30 undergraduate geographers, and his responsibilities include giving tutorials, supervising dissertations, helping to set and mark college examinations and participating in admissions interviews.

He teaches on various master's courses within the School of Geography and the Environment. His subjects include water, finance, enterprise and sustainability. Additionally he supervises and examines dissertations by master's students, and he is an assessor on the doctoral programme.

Alex leads an elective course for MBA students titled 'Corporation and the Environment.' The course exists to give students exposure to alternative theories of the firm, and to consider the social, economic, political and legal salience of 'the environment'. Guest lecturers bring perspectives on land, finance, water, energy, etc.

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Selected Publications

Journal Articles

Book Chapters

Reports

  • Hope, R., Foster, T., Money, A., Rouse, M., Money, N. and Thomas, M. (2011) Smart Water Systems. Oxford University, Oxford. 14 pp. Project report to UK DFID, April 2011.

Presentations

Working Papers