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Press Release: New Rules for Global Finance Launches Cutting-Edge Blog

New Rules for Global Finance, a civil society organization that promotes stable global financial systems that reduce poverty and inequality, has launched an interactive weblog as part of a complete website redesign. The blog offers clear analysis with an ethical conclusion on issues related to the financial crisis - how we got into this mess and how we can resolve it with equity. Whether they agree with the substance or not, readers will enjoy quality writing and argumentation. August 19, 2010

August 19, 2010

(Washington, DC) New Rules for Global Finance, a civil society organization that promotes stable global financial systems that reduce poverty and inequality, has launched an interactive weblog as part of a complete website redesign. The blog offers clear analysis with an ethical conclusion on issues related to the financial crisis - how we got into this mess and how we can resolve it with equity. Whether they agree with the substance or not, readers will enjoy quality writing and argumentation.

It is with great pleasure we introduce New Rules Blogger: Michael Prowse

Michale Prowse, Senior Visiting Fellow at New Rules for Global Finance, is a writer and commentator. He, a past winner of the Wincott Award for financial journalism, one of the principal awards for economics writers in the UK, has been a staff writer for Financial Times of London and The Economist magazine. At the FT, he was an editorial and feature writer based in London for six years. He then moved to the FT’s Washington DC office where he reported on the US economy for six years. While in Washington and subsequently in London, Michael wrote regular weekly columns for the FT on a wide range of economic, social and political topics. At the Economist, he wrote about financial markets. Michael has also worked as an economist in a leading British investment bank and held visiting positions at the Brookings Institution and the Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics. He is married to Susan Prowse, a senior official at the International Monetary Fund. They have a daughter, Rachel, and live in Washington DC.

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