Stephen King is a successful economist and author.
Stephen’s latest book, When the Money Runs Out (Yale) was selected as a “book of the year” by the Financial Times, the Economist and the Times. It has been translated into Arabic, Complex Chinese, Croat, Czech, Italian, Mandarin and Russian. His first book, Losing Control (Yale) was published in 2010.
Stephen is currently working on a third book.
In 2014, Stephen became a member of the Financial Times “Exchange” which, in the FT’s words, offers “agenda-setting commentary from leading policymakers, academics and writers around the world”. He also writes regularly for the Times.
Stephen is a frequent public speaker and has presented at conferences all over the world.
As part of a portfolio of interests and following 17 years as HSBC’s Chief Global Economist, Stephen was appointed HSBC’s Senior Economic Adviser in 2015.
Stephen’s career began at H.M.Treasury, where he was an economic adviser within the civil service.
Stephen studied at New College, Oxford.
Redistribution of wealth and power across the globe
The Global Ecomony
Central bank policy challenges
The political economy of lower long-term growth (consistent with my last book)
The UK's terrible balance of payments position
Depending on the result of the 2015 general election, the threat of the UK leaving the EU
The rise of China and what it means for the West
UK :£7k to £15k
Europe :£7k to £15k
US :£15k to £30k
Asia/Middle East :£15k to £30k