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Roger Bootle is one of the City of London’s best known economists.
Educated at Merton and Nuffield Colleges, Oxford. BA Philosophy, Politics, Economics, M. Phil. Economics.
1975-78: Lecturer in Economics, Lincoln, Corpus Christi and St. Annes Colleges, Oxford.
1978-79: Money Market Dealer (Eurodollars and sterling interbank) Citibank, London
1979-81: Deputy Head, Economic Policy Department Conference of British Industry, London
1981-86: Economist (then Chief Economist), Capel-Cure Myers, Stockbrokers, London
1987: Consulting Economist – Economic Advisor, Lloyds Merchant Bank. Consultant – Mayflower Group
1991: Chief Economist Midland montagu
1991-98: Chief Economist HSBC Bank
Currently: Government advisor – also writes a weekly column in The Times.
Publications include: Theory of Money / Index Linked Gilts – A Practical Investment Guide / Directory of World Stock Exchanges
Roger Bootle has written many articles for the World Economy, The Banker, The Investment Analyst, The Economist, The Big Bang and it’s Aftermath and the Essence of Thatcherism. He is a regular contributor to The Financial Times, The Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian and The Investor’s Chronicle.
He has made frequent appearances on radio on the Today programme, The Money Programme, Money Box, The World Tonight and on television on the BBC News, Newsnight, The Money Programme and The Business Programme.
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