Jo Johnson

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Full name: Jo Johnson is currently the editor of the Lex column

Area of interest: Business and Finance

Journals/Organisation: Financial Times

Email: jo.johnson@ft.com

Personal website: http://www.jo-johnson.com/about-jo/biography

Website: http://www.ft.com/lex

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Networks: http://twitter.com/#!/jojohnsonmp

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Education: Balliol College, Oxford: Modern History (First Class Hon.); INSEAD: MBA

Career: Deutsche Bank: corporate financier in the investment banking division; joined the Financial Times in 1997: Lex column reporter; South Asia bureau chief (New Delhi), led a team of FT journalists covering India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan and the Maldives, also wrote for the online column Engaging India 2005/2008; Associate editor and Lex column editor, 2008/2010; elected as Conservative MP for Orpington in 2010

Current position/role: Contributing editor

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Other roles/Main role: MP for Orpington and political adviser to David Cameron

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Latest work: The man who tried to buy the world OCLC 51655456, 2003

(about French businessman Jean-Marie Messier who was Chairman and Chief Executive of multinational media conglomerate Vivendi SA (formerly Vivendi Universal) - co-author Martine Orange)

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Email: jo.johnson@ft.com

Website: FT.com / Jo Johnson

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