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Lionel Barber (Editor, Financial Times): keynote lecture, Soothsayers of Doom Symposium
Lionel Barber (Editor, Financial Times): keynote lecture, Soothsayers of Doom Symposium
Lionel Barber (Editor, Financial Times): keynote lecture, Soothsayers of Doom Symposium
Lionel Barber (Editor, Financial Times): keynote lecture, Soothsayers of Doom Symposium
Lionel Barber (Editor, Financial Times): keynote lecture, Soothsayers of Doom Symposium
Lionel Barber (Editor, Financial Times): keynote lecture, Soothsayers of Doom Symposium
Lionel Barber (Editor, Financial Times): keynote lecture, Soothsayers of Doom Symposium
Lionel Barber (Editor, Financial Times): keynote lecture, Soothsayers of Doom Symposium
Lionel Barber (Editor, Financial Times): keynote lecture, Soothsayers of Doom Symposium
Lionel Barber (Editor, Financial Times): keynote lecture, Soothsayers of Doom Symposium
Lionel Barber (Editor, Financial Times): keynote lecture, Soothsayers of Doom Symposium
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Lionel Barber (Editor, Financial Times): keynote lecture, Soothsayers of Doom Symposium

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City University London hosted an international symposium, "Soothsayers of Doom: the media and the financial crisis in historical and comparative perspective", co-sponsored by the British Academy, and …

City University London hosted an international symposium, "Soothsayers of Doom: the media and the financial crisis in historical and comparative perspective", co-sponsored by the British Academy, and the Institute for Contemporary History at King's College London, on 12-13 December 2011.

Read the keynote address delivered by Lionel Barber, Editor of the Financial Times.

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