Daniel Chandler is an economist and philosopher based at the London School of Economics.
He has worked in the British Government as a policy advisor in the Prime Minister's Strategy Unit and Deputy Prime Minister's Office, and as a researcher at think tanks including the Resolution Foundation and the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
He has degrees in economics, philosophy and history from Cambridge and the LSE, and was awarded a Henry Fellowship at Harvard, where he studied under Amartya Sen.
His first book, Free and Equal: What Would a Fair Society Look Like? (2023), makes the case for a new progressive liberalism grounded in the ideas of the philosopher John Rawls.