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Noreena Hertz

British economist

1967   -  

country of citizenship: United Kingdom
language of expression: English
educated at: University College London, Westminster School, King's College, The University of the Arts, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
occupation: economist, journalist, university teacher, writer
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Noreena Hertz (born 24 September 1967) is an English academic, economist, author and has hosted her show, "MegaHertz: London Calling," on SiriusXM's Insight channel since August 28, 2017. She has been Honorary Professor at the Institute for Global Prosperity at University College London since 2014. She also acts as SiriusXM's chief Europe correspondent. In 2001 The Observer newspaper dubbed her "one of the world's leading young thinkers" and Vogue magazine described her as "one of the most inspiring women in the world.". In September 2013 Hertz was featured on the cover of Newsweek Magazine. Describing herself as "a campaigning academic", critics have called her "a do-gooder who moves like a grasshopper from one high-profile good cause to another." She has been called the "Nigella Lawson of economics" by the UK media, "because she combines striking beauty with a formidable mind." Fast Company magazine has named her "one of the most influential economists on the international stage" and observed: "For more than two decades [her] economic predictions have been accurate and ahead of the curve." Vivienne Westwood has said of her writing: "That is what punk was all about".Hertz's books are published in 22 languages.
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The Silent Takeover

author: Noreena Hertz

The Debt Threat

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The Silent Takeover

author: Noreena Hertz

Silent Takeover

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Eyes Wide Open

author: Noreena Hertz

IOU

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Eyes Wide Open

author: Noreena Hertz

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