"In order to change the system, we need to change our ideas."
Martin Wolf is the chief economics commentator of the Financial Times and he is widely regarded as the most connected financial journalist in the world. He is an Honorary Fellow at Nuffield College, University of Oxford, Special Professor at the University of Nottingham, and a fellow of the World Economic Forum.
Martin Wolf's journalism has been credited with the 'Keynesian Resurgence' seen throughout the West in the wake of the financial crisis. His most recent book, The Crisis of Democratic Capitalism, is the culmination of a lifetime at the forefront of economic analysis, and sets out a bold vision to fix the drift between capitalism and democracy.
"He really is the premier financial and economics writer in the world." Kenneth Rogoff
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