Roger Bate

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Roger Bate is an economist who has held a variety of positions in free market, libertarian, and conservative think tanks and lobby groups promoting anti-regulatory, pro-business causes. His current work focuses on counterfeit and substandard medicines, particularly those in the developing world. He also works on U.S. and international aid policy, performance of aid organizations, and health policy in developing countries, particularly with regard to malaria control and the use of DDT. He also consulted for the tobacco industry, though the extent of this work is disputed. He is currently a fellow of the American Enterprise Institute and the Institute of Economic Affairs, and he on the board of directors of Africa Fighting Malaria. He also written a number of articles questioning the science of climate change.


Bate holds a Ph.D., economics from the University of Cambridge and was previously educated at University College, London and Thames Valley University. He began his career as a research analyst for Warburg Securities and Charles Stanley & Co. between 1986 and 1989. He later worked for a range of think tanks and lobby groups, including the Institute of Economic Affairs and the American Enterprise Institute.

Early career

Bate founded the Environmental Unit at the Institute of Economic Affairs, a conservative British think tank, in 1993. In 1994, he...
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