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Journalist, Boston, Massachusetts

J. P. Morgan Fellow - Class of Spring 2004

David Warsh, a journalist and author from Boston, Massachusetts, is currently the editor and proprietor of Warsh is most known for his columns in the Boston Globe, which appeared from 1983 to 2002. A two-time recipient of UCLA’s Gerald Loeb Award for financial writing, he is a former editor of Forbes and has reported for numerous American publications, including Newsweek and Wall Street Journal. He is the author of three books: The Idea of Economic Complexity (1984), Economic Principals: Masters and Mavericks of Modern Economics (1993), and Knowledge and the Wealth of Nations: A Story of Economic Discovery (2006), which he completed while a fellow at the Academy and has been translated into six languages. A companion edition is due out in 2013. Warsh, a graduate of Harvard College, is a recipient of the J.P. Morgan International Prize in Finance Policy and Economics.

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