| Larry Elliott|| Journalist|
| The Gods That Failed: How Blind Faith in Markets Has Cost Us Our Future|
Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, St Albans School, Hertfordshire
Larry Elliott Wikipedia
Larry Elliott is an English journalist and author who focuses on economic issues. He is the economics editor at The Guardian, and has published five books on related issues, four of them in partnership with Dan Atkinson.
Elliott was educated at St Albans School, an independent school for boys in St Albans in Hertfordshire in southern England, followed by Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge.
Elliott's areas of particular interest are globalisation, trade, Europe, development, and the interface between economics and the environment. He is on the editorial board of Catalyst, on the board of the Scott Trust, a council member of the Overseas Development Institute, and a visiting fellow at the University of Hertfordshire.
Elliott's book Fantasy Island (2007) argued that the British economy was weaker than it appeared and a recession could dramatically damage its base of services. He supported Britain leaving the European Union.Going South: Why Britain will have a Third World Economy by 2014 by Larry Elliott and Dan Atkinson (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012).
The Gods that Failed: How Blind Faith in Markets has Cost us Our Future by Larry Elliott and Dan Atkinson (The Bodley Head, 2008) ISBN 978-1-84792-030-0.
Fantasy Island by Larry Elliott and Dan Atkinson (Constable, 2007) ISBN 1-84529-605-2.
In or Out: Labour and the Euro by Larry Elliott, Andrew Gamble, Janet Bush (Fabian Society, 2002) ISBN 0-7163-0601-8.
The Age of Insecurity by Larry Elliott, Dan Atkinson (Verso Books, 1998) ISBN 0-18-598484-3.