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David Smith, Economics Editor of The Sunday Times.
The University of Liverpool Management School will be hosting David Smith, Economics Editor of The Sunday Times, to speak about Brexit and the Future of the UK economy.
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. He also writes columns for Tax Journal, Estates Gazette and other publications. He speaks and broadcasts regularly to a wide variety of audiences. Prior to joining The Sunday Times, he worked for The Times, Financial Weekly, Now! Magazine, the Henley Centre for Forecasting and Lloyds Bank.
David Smith 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; and Eurofutures; Will Europe Work. He has his own website www.economicsuk.com.
The event will take place at Seminar Room 1 at the University of Liverpool Management School on Wednesday, 31 January, 2pm – 3pm. To register for this free event please click here.
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