Liam Halligan

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Area of interest: Economics, see Liam Halligan.com - writing

Journals/Organisation: The Sunday Telegraph

Email: liam.halligan@telegraph.co.uk

Personal website: http://liamhalligan.com

Website: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/liamhalligan

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Representation: Speakers Corner

Networks: https://twitter.com/LiamHalligan | http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/liam-halligan/67/759/4aa

Biography:

About: Lived in Russia in the 1990s and became a founding board member of the Russian Prosperity Fund and the Prosperity Cub Fund. Prosperity Capital Management profile

Education: The John Lyon School; Warwick University: First Class BSc. (Econ); Oxford University: M.Phil (Econ). Has also held research posts at the IMF and London School of Economics

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Current position/role: Economics Editor

  • also writes/written for: The Wall Street Journal, The Business, The New Statesman, Prospect, House Magazine and The Parliamentary Monitor. Editor-at-Large at bne IntelliNews

Other roles/Main role: Chief Economist at Prosperity Capital Management

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Broadcast media: Presented Wake up to Money on BBC Radio Five Live; researched, wrote and presented a number of Dispatches and 30 Minutes documentaries for Channel Four

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  • Keiser Report Ep687 Max interviews Liam Halligan about why it is that APEC means so much more than the G20 and about Japan’s out of control Quantitative Easing. 3rd December 2014
  • Max interviews Liam Halligan about his recent Spectator cover story, “The Next Crash: We could be on the brink of another financial crisis.” They look at derivatives, leverage, GDP and more. 29th July 2014
  • Max Keiser interviews Liam Halligan of the Telegraph about austerity, extinction economics, bitcoin and all those towns up North, of which Max can only name three. 7th January 2014

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Speaking/Appearances: Liam Halligan.com - public speaking

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  • Germany must decide if it wants the eurozone to survive or perish - European debt and equity markets ended a tumultuous week with a rally on Friday. So shares in the US and across the rest of the world rose too. But the threat of a "euroquake" – a systemic collapse which would make Lehman Brothers look tame – is by no means over. Far from it - 12th November 2011
  • Why the latest eurozone bail-out is destined to fail within weeks - I want last week's European bail-out to work. My sincere hope is that collective and decisive action by the eurozone's large member states will stabilize global markets, at least for a while, so allowing the global economy to catch its breath - 30th October 2011

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