I am publishing a book on technology ethics later this year. Pre-order it here.
Duty, Death and the Republic: The Career of Maurice Papon from Vichy France to the Algerian War. London School of Economics and Political Science, 2008.
"Social Investment: The EU 'Gold Standard'and the Key to Future Prosperity" co-authored with Vanessa Rossi, in Joachim Fritz-Vannahme and Armando García Schmidt (eds.), Solidarity for Sale? The Social Dimension of the New European Economic Governance (Gütersloh, Bertelsmann Stiftung, 2012).
ARTICLES IN ACADEMIC JOURNALS
"For Your Eyes Only: US technology firms, sovereign states and the battle over data protection", Business Horizons, Volume 59, Issue 5, September–October 2016, pp. 549–561. Also available via Harvard Business Review.
“Facial Recognition Is Now Rampant. The Implications for Our Freedoms Are Chilling”, Guardian/Observer, 18 August 2019
“What Is It Like When Police Go Rogue in a Liberal Democracy? Look to Britain”, The Washington Post, 14 August 2019
“Why I hate meetings — and how to make them better”, BBC Online, 23 October 2018
“Scotland should lead, not lag, on UK biometrics”, The Herald, 20 September 2018
"We must face up to the threat posed by biometrics", Financial Times, 8 August 2018
"Our Bodies or Ourselves: How the unchecked use of biometrics is changing the relationship between citizens and the state", co-authored with Anne-Marie Slaughter, Project Syndicate, 23 July 2018
"France's deported Jews deserve justice", Guardian, 17 February 2009
"Nazi collaborator: I did my duty", BBC Online, 18 February 2007
RADIO SPECIAL REPORTS
I researched, wrote and presented the following radio special reports for broadcast on BBC World Service “Tech Tent”:
I researched, wrote and presented the following radio essays for broadcast on BBC World Service “World Business Report” and BBC Radio 4 “Business Matters”:
‘Don’t Just Give a Talk, Put on a Show: Tips on Public Speaking’. forthcoming
‘Bring A Kid to Work Day’, 6 May 2019
‘How to Thrive as a Night Owl in a World Made for Morning People’, 18 February 2019
‘What To Do When You’re Sent Back To The Drawing Board’, 28 January 2019
‘Amazing Women Working in Technology’, 26 November 2018
‘Preparing for Retirement, Emotionally’, 5 November 2018
‘How to Run a Good Meeting, If You Really Must Have One’, 15 October 2018 (also published on BBC online as an article on 23 October 2018)
‘The Side Hustle: Turning Your Passion(s) into Profits’, 17 September 2018
'Lost in Translation: Why Humans Will Keep Learning Languages', 27 August 2018
Exponential View, “Biometric Surveillance, Caring Robots, Objective Science, Near-Death Experience, and Ketamine++ #224”, 30 June 2019
Algeria: Anger of the Dispossessed by Martin Evans and John Phillips (Yale University Press, 2008) in History Today, 2009.
French Writers and the Politics of Complicity: Crises of Democracy in the 1940s and the 1990s edited by Richard J. Golsan in French History, Volume 20, Issue 4, 1 December 2006, pp. 468–471