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George Cooper is the Chief Investment Officer of Equitile Investments Ltd, a London-based fund management company.
He has previously worked for JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank and BlueCrest Capital.
George's first book, 'The Origin of Financial Crises', received critical acclaim for its clear explanation of the monetary policy errors leading up to the global financial crisis.
"A fascinating new book...Recommended reading...A delightfully well-written new book" - John Authers, FT
"For those with an open mind his criticisms of the economics profession, and suggestions for new ways forward, will be extremely welcome" - Philip Coggan, The Economist
"Remarkable" - Club des Vigilants
"Masterly...a major contribution to our future well-being" - Cambridge Business magazine
AS THE old joke goes, the questions in economics exams are the same every year; only the answers change. Just 40 years ago, the emergence of stagflation was prompting the monetarists to challenge the ...Read more
World Finance interviews Dr George Cooper, fund manager and author of new book 'Money, Blood and Revolution', about how to fix the broken science of economics
Developing a modern economic model that ...
Going all-out for maximised growth is often pushed aside
We all have a competitive instinct. Humans? natural urge is to compete. Rather than do the best for ourselves that we possibly can, many of ...
Reading the Markets
George Cooper?s Money, Blood and Revolution: How Darwin and the Doctor of King Charles I Could Turn Economics into a Science (Harriman House, 2014) is a quick read but a much longer think. I?m still ...Read more
As the consequences of economics? derisory narrative since the crash continue to reverberate through the global financial system, with accompanying political and social collateral damage, the ...Read more