Stephen King

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Full name: Stephen King

Area of interest: UK and international economic issues

Journals/Organisation: Financial Times | The Times | The Independent

Email: stephen.king@hsbcib.com

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Website: http://blogs.ft.com/the-a-list/guest-author/stephen-king | http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/comment/stephen-king

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Networks: https://twitter.com/KingEconomist

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About: http://www.hsbc.com/1/2/emerging-markets/em-index/press-room/biographies

Education: Oxford University: economics and philosophy

Career: H.M.Treasury: civil service economic adviser; joined HSBC in 1988: specialist on Japanese economy, 1990/1993, specialist on European economy, 1993/1998, chief economist, 1998-

Current position/role: formerly economic commentator for The Independent, since 2001; member of the Financial Times Economists’ Forum

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Other roles/Main role: HSBC's group chief economist and global head of economics and asset allocation research (responsible for HSBC’s global economic coverage and co-ordinates the research of HSBC economists all over the world)

Other activities: Member of the European Central Bank Shadow Council, since 2007

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Other: Has given written and oral evidence on the economic effects of globalisation to the House of Commons Treasury, Civil Service Committee, House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee, and has given oral evidence to the House of Lords Committee on UK monetary policy

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Latest work: Losing Control: The emerging threats to western prosperity OCLC449854394 Yale 2010

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