Marley leads on IPPR’s work on Brexit.
His research focuses on migration and trade policy, including the alternative options for Brexit, the role of EU and non-EU citizens in the UK labour market, and government policy on immigration and international students.
Marley is the author of numerous reports, articles and policy briefings on Brexit and migration, and regularly provides expert analysis for the national and international press.
Areas of expertise:
- Migration and the labour market
- Implications of Brexit for trade and migration
- International students
- Public attitudes to migration
Prior to joining IPPR, Marley worked as a senior researcher at the consultancy Counterpoint, focusing on the populist radical right in Europe. Marley has an integrated master’s degree in maths and philosophy from Oxford University.