Richard Tudway is a practicing economist. He is also visiting professor at several international businesses schools. He is a graduate of Oxford University where he studies Philosophy Politics and Economics. This was followed by postgraduate graduate studies in economics at the University of Paris, Henley Business School and the University of London.
He worked for the British National Economic Development Office and the Paris based OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development). His career has also included spells in industry and investment banking. He was a Vice President of Security Pacific Merchant Bank where he advised on developments in money markets and capital markets.
He is the founder and principal of the Centre for International Economics which provides advice and consultancy on developments in the global economy. He has made an active contribution to the debate led by the OECD in defining the Framework of Corporate Governance.
He has advised (pro bono) TUAC (the Trade Union Advisory Committee) to the OECD and has contributed (pro bono) to the work of the ILO (International Labour Office).
At Hult International Business School, the Chongqing School of Economics and Business Administration in China and elsewhere he has taught programmes covering corporate governance and other related topics. These include CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) corporate finance, international finance and international trade and development and global political economy.