24 Mar 2021
A Synthetic Age
Drug Policy, ESA-Obs
Senior Expert, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime
Jason Eligh is a senior expert at the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime.
He is an illicit drug market and policy analyst who has researched, developed and led technical cooperation and assistance initiatives addressing illicit drugs in African and Asian geographies.
His expertise focuses on understanding the contexts and characteristics influencing illicit drug use behaviours and the structural resilience of drug trade environments, particularly as these factors relate to the development and sustainability of harm.
Legal Practitioner; African Consultant for International Drug Policy Consortium
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, New York University
Director, National Initiative against Organized Crime
Adviser-Consultant, Ruth Freedom Pojman Advisory Services
Head, Peace & Conflict Studies Unit, National Research Institute of World Economy & International Relations (IMEMO), Moscow
Executive Director, InSight Crime
Postdoctoral researcher, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich
Special Advisor, Y-PORT Center, City of Yokohama & Special Advisor, CITYNET
Professor, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia
Professor of Sociology, Federal University of Sao Carlos; Researcher at the Center for Metropolitan Studies CEM
Professor, Universidad Complutense de Madrid