Daniel In The News

I will be talking on the “great inequality debate” at 7pm at Cafe Mainstein in Berlin this coming Saturday. The discussion is in English and entrance is free.

The debate on the super-rich at the recent Battle of Ideas festival in London is now available to watch on video. Clink on the link here.

This is the text of my review of  The Market as God for the Financial Times. It was published on Friday 21 October.  Just across the piazza from Milan’s magnificent Gothic cathedral, the Duomo di Milano, stands one of the first shopping malls in the world. The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, a temple of modern […]

The Financial Times has published my review of The Market as God by Harvey Cox. I will upload the text in the next few days but meanwhile here is the link. You may need to register (free) to read it.

A reminder that I will be debating inequality and the super-rich at the Battle of Ideas this Saturday. Come along to the session and indeed the whole weekend.

Delighted to be talking on two panels at the Think Confererence in London this coming weekend. Do come along if you can.

Spiked has published my review of the new book by Yanis Varoufakis. Yanis Varoufakis is one of those infuriating people who says one thing one minute and contradicts it the next. The former Greek finance minister has savaged the European Union for undermining national sovereignty, but he actively campaigns against Brexit. He has censured the […]

Novo has published a German translation of my spiked article on “beware of greens in progressive clothing”. Die Umweltbewegung hat ein düsteres Menschenbild. Sie bevorzugt die unberührte Natur gegenüber dem menschlichen Leben. Kein Versuch, die Tatsachen zu verdrehen, wird davon ablenken können. Man kann das Verhältnis zwischen Mensch und Natur auf zwei grundsätzlich verschiedene Weisen […]

My review of Jared Poley’s The Devil’s Riches: A modern history of greed was published in the Financial Times on Friday. The text follows below. “Greed is good,” must be one of the most notorious lines in any Hollywood film. It has come to epitomise what are widely seen as the excesses of the super-rich […]

I recently appeared on John Mills’ Talking Economics podcast with Chris Giles, the economics editor of the Financial Times, as the fellow guest. We discussed the British steel industry, tax havens and London’s economy.