Chris Dillow

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Full name: Chris Dillow

Area of interest: Finance (esp. macroeconomics, financial economics, behavioural finance)

Journals/Organisation: Investors Chronicle

Email: chrisdillow@msn.com

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Website: InvestorsChronicle.co / Chris Dillow

Blog: Stumbling and Mumbling

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Education: Wyggeston Boys School (grammar); Corpus Christi College, Oxford; Manchester University

Career: UK economist with one of Japan's biggest banks (eight years. His main interests now are macroeconomics, financial economics and behavioural finance

Current position/role: Commentator

  • also writes/written for: frequent guest contibutor to The Times, The Guardian, Financial Times

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Viewpoints/Insight: The normblog: profile 112: Chris Dillow - November 11, 2005

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  • The End of Politics: New Labour and the folly of managerialism OCLC 141381965, 2007

(see: Harriman House info)

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Articles: 2009

  • The importance of inventory - Despite the decline of manufacturing, the inventory cycle is still mightily important - 10th July 2009
  • More QE a matter of time - The Bank of England held off print more money this time, but most expect it to do so next month - 10th July 2009
  • The real US unemployment problem - America's labour market problem is too little job creation, not too many job losses - 7th July 2009
  • Risk-taking pays off - Risky stocks did very well in the second quarter, at the expense of safe ones - 7th July 2009
  • Bank to step up QE - The Bank of England could step up its gilt buying on Thursday - good news for markets - 6th July 2009
  • UK plc rides out the storm - Outside the banking industry, British companies are doing remarkably well - 2nd July 2009
  • Bank crisis not over yet - Banks still aren't lending money, something that could cause the 'green shoots' to wither - 29th June 2009
  • King's "fiscal warning" - Mervyn King's warning about government borrowing is weaker than it seems - 25th June 2009
  • What lending matters? - ECONOMICS: Bank lending to companies is still weak. This matters for long-term growth - 23rd June 2009
  • Unemployment is worse than it looks - The rise in joblessness might appear less than expected, but the underlying message is grim - 17th June 2009
  • High inflation is good news - ECONOMICS: The fact that inflation is slow to fall means it will stay low as the economy recovers - 16th June 2009
  • The indestructible US economy - ECONOMICS: The US non-financial economy is doing very well in the face of disaste - 15th June 2009
  • Tied to the dying - ECONOMICS: One obstacle to recovery is simply that the UK is in the wrong part of the world - 11th June 2009
  • Is the recession over? - ECONOMICS: Today's figures suggest, astonishingly, that the recession might have ended already - 10th June 2009
  • Deflation off the agenda - MARKETS: Forget about depression and deflation - inflation expectations have returned to normal - 8th June 2009
  • Is there an inflation problem? - Why hasn't inflation fallen as much as expected? - 17th February 2009
  • Is monetary policy working? - Lower interest rates might work - 5th February 2009
  • Glimmers of hope - Not quite green shoots territory yet, but there are some grounds for optimism - 27th January 2009
  • Darling's over-optimism - Alistair Darling's economic forecasts in November were too optimistic. But don't be too hard on him, says our economics commentator - 23rd January 2009
  • Too many people, not too few jobs - Today's unemployment figures are misleading. Here's why - 21st January 2009
  • Corporate profits surprisingly strong - Corporate profits have held up well so far, but does this mean we'll escape a deep recession? - 14th January 2009

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