Niall Campbell FERGUSON

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1964-04-18
Education Glasgow Acad, Magdalen Coll Oxford (BA, DPhil)
Books & Publications Paper and Iron: Hamburg business and German Politics in the Era of Inflation 1897-1927 (1995), Virtual History: Alternatives and counterfactuals (ed, 1997), The World's Banker: The history of the house of Rothschild (1998), The Pity of War (1998), The Cash Nexus (2001), Empire: How Britain made the modern world (2003), Colossus: The rise and fall of the American Empire (2004), The War of the World: History's age of hatred (2006), The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the World (2008), High Financier: The Lives and Time of Siegmund Warburg (2010), Civilization: The West and the Rest (2011)
Recreations double bass, journalism, skiing, surfing
Clubs Beefsteak, Savile, RAC, Gridiron, Brook
Style Prof Niall Ferguson
Career Hanseatic scholar Hamburg 1986-88, res fell Christ's Coll Cambridge 1989-90, official fell and lectr Peterhouse Cambridge 1990-92; Univ of Oxford: lectr in modern history 1992-2000, prof of political and financial history 2000-02, visiting prof in modern European history 2003-09; John E Herzog prof of financial history Leonard N Stern Sch of Business NYU 2002-04, Lawrence A Tisch prof of history Harvard Univ 2004-, William Ziegler prof of business admin Harvard Business Sch 2006-11; Philippe Roman visiting prof LSE 2010-11; Houblon-Norman fell Bank of England 1998-99, sr fell Hoover Inst Stanford Univ 2003-, sr res fell Jesus Coll Oxford 2003; ed Jl of Contemporary History 2004-08, contrib to English Historical Review, Past & Present, Economic History Review and Jl of Economic History; TV presenter: Empire 2003, American Colossus 2004, War of the World 2006, Ascent of Money 2008, Civilization 2011
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