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Anatole Kaletsky is one of the country’s leading commentators on economics, he was formerly Economics Editor and is now Editor-at-large of The Times and writes for The Times Comment pages on Thursdays. He has won many awards for his financial and political journalism. Before joining The Times, he worked for 12 years on the Financial Times. He is also a founding partner of GaveKal Research, a Hong Kong-based consultancy which provides economic policy analysis to 500 financial institutions and multinational companies around the world.
Mr Kaletsky’s journalistic work has won numerous awards and distinctions. In 1996 he was named Newspaper Commentator of the Year in the BBC Press Awards and has twice received the British Press Award for Specialist Writer of the Year, as well as the Wincott Award for economic journalism administered by the Institute of Economic Affairs and the first Cernobbio-Europa prize for European Journalist of the Year.
Mr Kaletsky was educated at Cambridge University, where he graduated from King’s College with a First Class degree in Mathematics, and at Harvard University, where he was a Kennedy Scholar and gained a Master’s degree in Economics.
Born in 1952 in Moscow, he also lived as a child in Poland and Australia. In addition to English he speaks fluent Russian, has a working knowledge of French. Since 1966 he has lived in Britain and America.
politics, economics and international relations.
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