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Professor James Woudhuysen, also known as James Woods, is an academic and long-time associate of the LM group. He collaborates extensively with various organisations associated with the LM network, including Spiked Online, Transport Research Group, the Institute of Ideas and Novo, the German sister publication of Living Marxism. He is a director of Audacity.org with LM partisan James Heartfield.
Woudhuysen is a regular public speaker. The right-wing Transport Research Group held a conference in February 2003. James Woudhuysen was on the panel for a debate on congestion charging . In June 2003, Woudhuysen spoke at a debate organised by the LM platform the Institute of Ideas: "A knowledge revolution? Information overload and the crisis of judgement" .
According to his profile on Audacity's website, Woudhuysen has variously run the Worldwide Market Intelligence Unit for Philips Consumer Electronics, edited Design magazine, was an associate director at Finch, the designers, and at the Henley Centre for Forecasting . He is a professor at De Montfort University in the Department of Product & Spatial Design  and contributes to IT Week and Management Today.
- James Woudhysen and Ian Abley, "Why is construction so backward?", Wiley-Academy, 2004
- James Woudhuysen, "Design Futures: Key to International Management", Hyperion Books, 1993
- James Woudhuysen, "Industrial Design in the Urban Landscape", Uitgeverij De Balie, 1994
Email: james AT woudhuysen.com
- GMWatch.org, Living Marxism profile (references James Woudhuysen and Audacity.org)
- De Montfort University, James Woudhuysen profile
- James Woudhuysen, "Brands: don't buy the hype", Spiked Online, 25 August 2004
- David Clements, "The future of mobility", Culture Wars (Woudhuysen attended debate organised by Transport Research Group
- James Woudhuysen, "SCHÃ–NE NEUE WELT", Novo 71, 2004 
- Philip Ferguson, "Evolution of British RCP", Marxism mailing list, 19 March 2001 (cites Woudhuysen)