Columnist_Liam_Halligan_on_Ukraine_vs_Russia_vs_The_West_20Mar14

LIAM HALLIGAN is an economist, writer and broadcaster – and also has extensive business experience. He is best known for his weekly “Economics Agenda” column in The Sunday Telegraph, which he has written since 2003. The column enjoys a large international following and has been recognized with a highly-coveted British Press Award. He also writes regularly for The Spectator and The Sun.

A well-established broadcaster, Liam appears on CNN-Talk at 12 noon GMT each Monday, Wednesday and Friday, talking to a worldwide audience on topics ranging across UK, European and global economics and politics. He also often appears on flagship BBC programmes such as Question Time, This Week, Any Questions, Newsnight, Daily Politics and Radio 4’s Today programme. A former Channel Four News Economics Correspondent, Liam continues to research, write and present long-form documentaries for Channel Four’s flagship Dispatches strand.

His latest book Clean Brexit: How to make a success of leaving the European Union was co-authored with the leading City economist Dr Gerard Lyons and published by Biteback in September 2017. Liam is currently writing a book on the UK housing market.

Liam is Editor-at-Large and a shareholder of BNE-Intellinews , a leading source of English-language business, economics and political news and analysis covering the 30 countries in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. www.intellinews.com. He writes his “Invisible Hand” column in the monthly BNE magazine.

During the 1990s, Liam was Political Correspondent at The Financial Times, based at the House of Commons – where he was singled-out by the Downing Street Press Office as “impervious to spin” and “The Michael Caine of Economics”. He then spent eight years at Channel Four News – winning a string of broadcasting awards, including the World Leadership Forum’s Business Broadcaster of the year twice in succession and the prestigious Wincott Business Broadcast Award an unprecedented three times.

Liam has also written for The Economist from Moscow, for the New Statesman, Wall Street Journal, Prospect, Euromoney and GQ Magazine – where he wrote a monthly column between 2008 and 2011. He also previously presented Wake up to Money on BBC’s Radio Five Live.

Between 2007 and 2013, he was Chief Economist at Prosperity Capital Management, an asset management company focussed on Russia, Central Asia and Eastern Europe, controlling investments for a range of institutional clients from Europe, the US and the Middle East, including pension funds, insurance companies, charities, endowments and sovereign wealth funds.

Liam holds a First Class (Hons) degree in economics from the University of Warwick, an M.Phil (Econ) from St Antony’s College, Oxford University, and was the first person in his family to go to university. He sits on the Advisory Board of both the Social Market Foundation and the Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy, an ESRC-funded research body within the University of Warwick’s Economics Department.

Liam is a Governor of The John Lyon School, Harrow – which he attended during the 1980s on a scholarship, leaving as Head Boy. A citizen of both the UK and the Republic of Ireland, he is listed in Who’s Who, De Bretts and the Dictionary of International Biography.

Liam Halligan’s Wikipedia Entry

Liam Halligan Full CV

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1 comment
  1. Dear Liam ,

    Your article : Even the famous ” taper ” wonot lower oil price was spot on , very insightful and realistic .I wrote few weeks about the shale oil in the same frame of mind , in Arabic daily , Aleqt.com.

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