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Patrick McNutt has had a distinguished career in academics, business and the public service. Appointed Professor of Political Economy at the age of 37, he has since used his expertise to head up public sector organizations in both the UK and Ireland and to provide strategic advice and executive coaching to private companies across the globe. Examples from his wide-ranging career include: World Bank panel of experts; Chairman of the Irish Competition Authority; drafting the Competition Law for the island of Jersey, Channel Islands and establishing its regulatory office and framework; acting as facilitator and executive coach for a leading UK law firm. Other assignments have included providing Board level advice in a financial services company and advising financial analysts, both in Geneva and Cairo, on economic trends and strategic asset investments. Further examples of his work can be found on his web page and testimonials are available on request.
Dr McNutt currently teaches on the internationally acclaimed MBA at Manchester Business School, UK, with responsibility for modules on Managerial Economics and Ethics and Governance. Executives on the MBA program have attested to his expertise and teaching excellence. He puts his theory into practice, working with and advising both private and public sector organizations. Clients are sourced from Gerson Lehrman Group’s panel of experts, directly through his web page and from personal referrals. His innovative approach applies aspects of game theory to address specific issues within the client’s remit supported by technical analysis and mentoring of senior executives on thinking strategically.
He is particularly knowledgeable about the economies of China and of Asia in general and appears regularly on both CNBC, Bloomberg and Channel News Asia while in the region. He is also an occasional contributor on Thomson Reuters Insider. He continues to write and research and in the past year has published two books: Game Embedded Strategy, which is geared towards a business and management audience, and Political Economy of Law, which is geared towards a legal and regulatory compliance audience. He has edited a special volume on Kantian ethics and corporate governance for the International Journal of Social Economics, scheduled for publication in October 2010. It includes an Ethical Maturity Index to assist management with the integration of a code of ethics into business strategy. He maintains a Blog: http://mcnutt.tm.mbs.ac.uk/.