Articles By Geoffrey Owen
 
March 2016
How American politics became polarised
 
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April 2013
The Bretton Woods conference of 1944 saw a historic meeting of economists that changed the world forever
 
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September 2011
'Step by step Soviet attitudes had regained the ground they seemed to have lost when the Soviet Union collapsed'
 
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June 2008
One of the most important contributions which Britain made to the prosperity of the world in the 19th century was the repeal of the Corn Laws in 1846.
 
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About Geoffrey Owen

Sir Geoffrey Owen is an academic at the London School of Economics and former editor of the Financial Times. His most recent book, The Rise and Fall of Great Companies, was published by OUP in 2010.

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