William Keegan in conversation with Professor Bev Clack, May 10th, 2013

Written by Bev Clack Friday, 19 April 2013 10:42
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William Keegan, senior economics writer at The Observer will be discussing his new book 'Saving the World'? Gordon Brown Reconsidered with Professor Beverley Clack at the Rose Hill Community Centre, Oxford - 7.45 pm, May 10th 2013.


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William Keegan is one of the UK’s most respected economic commentators.


Over a long career, he has written for the Financial Times, the Daily Mail and The Observer.


He has also worked for the Economic Intelligence Dept of the Bank of England, and has been a member of government, non-government  and academic advisory committees, He is a visiting professor of journalism at the University of Sheffield, and has published several books on economic affairs, as well as two works of fiction.


More about Bev

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Professor Beverley Clack was born in Witney, is married and has lived in St Clement’s for the last 15 years.


Bev teaches philosophy and is on the Board of Directors of Kestrel, a charity which runs drama projects in prisons.


Bev loves the diversity of St Clement’s and riding her bike.


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