Cho advises on political trends and political risk, and leads the external environment assessments for Shell’s country reviews.
He joined the Shell Scenarios team in 1994, and since then has led a wide range of country scenario projects, actively helping to develop sets of Shell Scenarios right up to the present.
Cho has worked on scenario projects with international organisations, governments, universities and businesses across the world. He is an Associate Fellow at the University of Oxford’s Said Business School, where he teaches on the Oxford Scenarios Programme. He is also an Academy Adjunct Faculty member at Chatham House, and is a member of the Brains Trust, Evian Group in Lausanne.
Cho was previously an academic at Bath University and National University Singapore. After graduating from Singapore University, he received his MSc and PhD from the London School of Economics under a Ford Foundation scholarship, and did post-doctoral research at St John’s College, Cambridge.