About HamishHamish McRae is one of Europe's foremost speakers on future trends in economics, business and society. Hamish McRae is Associate Editor of The Independent Newspaper in London and Principal Economic Commentator for The Independent and The Independent on Sunday. He has written a number of books including 'The World in 2020' which has been translated into more than a dozen languages and most recently on "What Works" a study of excellence in the world economy. He a has received a number of awards for his work including the 'David Watt Prize', 'Financial Journalist of the Year' and 'Business Columnist of the Year'.Hamish speaks all over the world sharing his insights into the current economic situation and how these events are likely to affect business and governments.
The World in 2020;
How Power is Shifting in the World Economy;
The Practical Consequences for Business as a result of Globalization;
The Development of the World's Financial Services Industry;
A Vision of the Future World Order
What Works Success in Stressful Times
The World in 2020 Power, Culture and Prosperity
Capital City - London as a Financial Centre
Read MoreHamish McRae is one of Europe's foremost speaker on future trends in economics, business and society. In January 2010 he published his latest book "What Works: Success in Stressful Times"
He is Associate Editor of The Independent Newspaper in London and Principal Economic Commentator for The Independent and The Independent on Sunday. He is also the author of the acclaimed work on the future, The World in 2020: Power, Culture and Prosperity. Hamish's other books include Capital City - London as a Financial Centre, co-authored with Frances Cairncross, and Wake-up Japan, co-authored with Tadashi Nakamae.
His most recent awards are the David Watt Prize for outstanding political journalism in 2005, the Business and Finance Journalist of the Year in the 2006 British Press Awards, and Communicator of the Year at the 2007 Business Journalist Awards.
He has been a Visiting Professor at the School of Management at Lancaster University and was a council member of the Royal Economic Society. Hamish is in demand around the world for his lucid insight into the current economic situation and how future trends are likely to affect business and governments.