Tony Curzon Price

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Tony Curzon Price is an economist, editor, writer, and entrepreneur.

Price received a PPE from Lincoln College, Oxford and received a PhD in economics from the University College London.[1]

From 2007 to 2012, Price served as the editor-in-chief of the British political website openDemocracy.[2] He was the online editor at Intelligence Squared and later worked at the Financial Conduct Authority.[3] Price has written for sites including The Spectator,[4] HuffPost,[5] and the Analysis & Policy Observatory.[6]

From 2016 to 2019, Price was the economic adviser to British politician Greg Clark, who was a Member of Parliament and Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.[7]

Tony Curzon Price is the son of Swiss economist Victoria Curzon-Price and economist Gerard Curzon.[citation needed]


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  2. ^ "Author Page". openDemocracy.
  3. ^ "Tony Curzon Price". FCA Insight. 27 July 2017.
  4. ^ "Tony Curzon-Price | The Spectator Columnists & Writers".
  5. ^ "Tony Curzon Price | HuffPost".
  6. ^ "Tony Curzon Price".
  7. ^ Hope, Christopher (20 January 2018). "Economist who boasted of 'good ways to be anti-capitalist' is adviser to senior minister in private office". The Daily Telegraph.