David Smith has been Economics Editor of The Sunday Times since 1989, where he writes a weekly column. He is also chief leader-writer, an assistant editor and policy adviser.
David also writes columns for the CBI’s Business Voice, Tax Journal and other publications. He speaks and broadcasts regularly to a wide variety of audiences.
Prior to joining The Sunday Times, David worked for The Times, Financial Weekly, the Henley Centre for Forecasting and Lloyds Bank.
David is the author of several books, including The Rise and Fall of Monetarism, Mrs Thatcher’s Economics, North and South, From Boom to Bust, UK Current Economic Policy, Eurofutures, Will Europe Work?, Free Lunch: Easily Digestible Economics, The Dragon & the Elephant: China, India and the New World Order and, most recently, The Age of Instability: The Global Financial Crisis and What Comes Next.
He is a Visiting Professor at both Cardiff University and Nottingham University, and has lectured at Nottingham’s Malaysia and Ningbo (China) campuses.
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