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  1. Stephanie Flanders - Wikipedia

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    Stephanie Hope Flanders (born 5 August 1968) is a British former broadcast journalist who was the BBC economics editor for five years. In November 2013, she left the BBC for a role as J.P. Morgan Asset Management's chief market strategist for Britain and Europe.

    • Market strategist, journalist, editor, presenter
    • (formerly) Economics Editor: BBC (2008–2013)
  2. Stephanie Flanders — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    Flan­ders' fa­ther, Michael Flan­ders, died in 1975 when she was six years old. She at­tended St Paul's Girls' School and Bal­liol Col­lege, Ox­ford, where she ob­tained a first class degree in Phi­los­o­phy, Pol­i­tics and Eco­nom­ics. She then at­tended Har­vard Uni­ver­sity as a Kennedy Scholar.

    Flan­ders began her ca­reer as an econ­o­mist at the Lon­don Busi­ness School and the In­sti­tute for Fis­cal Stud­ies. She then be­came a leader writer and colum­nist at the Fi­nan­cial Times from 1994. She be­came a speech­writer and ad­vi­sor to U.S. Trea­sury Sec­re­tary Lawrence H. Sum­mers in 1997, and joined the New York Timesin 2001.

    Flan­ders joined the BBC's News­night in 2002. A keen cy­clist, in 2005 she pre­sented a re­view of Britain's eco­nomic sta­tus for Panorama from her bi­cy­cle, trav­el­ling the length of the coun­try. She also con­tributed (with ref­er­ence to her fa­ther's song "A Trans­port Of De­light") to the BBC News cov­er­age of the last of the AEC Routemas­ter buses. In 2006 and 2007 she pre­sented some re­lief shifts for BBC Newsbe­tween 2 pm and 5 pm. She has an­chored edi­tions of News­night with an eco­nomic focus. On a News­night pro­gramme in Au­gust 2007, Flan­ders in­ter­ro­gated Con­ser­v­a­tive Party leader David Cameronabout his pro­posed pol­icy of tax breaks for mar­ried cou­ples while ques­tion­ing him with other jour­nal­ists, ask­ing him whether he had ever met any­one who would get mar­ried for an extra £20 per week. As an un­mar­ried mother, she also asked Mr. Cameron whether the Con­ser­v­a­tive Party would like her to be married.

    In Feb­ru­ary 2008 it was an­nounced that she would re­place Evan Davis as BBC eco­nom­ics ed­i­tor, since he was mov­ing to pre­sent Radio 4's Today pro­gramme. She took up this po­si­tion on 17 March, al­though from June of that year until Jan­u­ary 2009, deputy eco­nom­ics ed­i­tor Hugh Pymtem­porar­ily re­placed her as the main eco­nom­ics ed­i­tor whilst she was on ma­ter­nity leave. She pre­sented a pro­gramme called "Stepha­nomics" on BBC Radio Four dur­ing July 2012. This pro­gramme asked ques­tions about the world's econ­omy, such as whether China or the United States would be the more im­por­tant eco­nomic power. An­other se­ries of this pro­gramme began to be broad­cast on Radio Four in April 2013. In 2012, Flan­ders pre­sented Mas­ters of Money, a BBC Two doc­u­men­tary se­ries ex­plor­ing the lives of Karl Marx, John May­nard Keynes, and Friedrich Hayek. In Au­gust 2012 Sec­re­tary of State for Work and Pen­sions Iain Dun­can Smithmade a for­mal com­plaint to the BBC cl...

    Since 2008 she has been a vis­it­ing fel­low of Nuffield Col­lege, Ox­ford. On 28 Feb­ru­ary 2013, she pre­sented the 2013 Bob Friend Memo­r­ial Lec­ture at the Pilk­ing­ton Lec­ture The­atre at the Uni­ver­sity of Kent's Med­way Cam­pus in Chatham. The Uni­ver­sity of Kent’s Cen­tre for Jour­nal­ism has had since 2009, the Sky NewsBob Friend Memo­r­ial Scholarship.

    She is a grand­daugh­ter of com­mu­nist British jour­nal­ist Claud Cock­burn and his first wife, com­mu­nist Amer­i­can writer Hope Hale Davis. Claud Cock­burn's three sons (with third wife, Pa­tri­cia Byron (née Pa­tri­cia Evan­ge­line Anne Ar­buth­not)), the jour­nal­ists Alexan­der Cock­burn, An­drew Cock­burn and Patrick Cock­burn are/were her un­cles. The US-based jour­nal­ist Laura Flan­ders is her sis­ter, and the film and tele­vi­sion actor Olivia Wilde is a cousin. The writer and trans­la­tor Lydia Davis is an aunt. She is dis­tantly re­lated to the nov­el­ist Eve­lyn Waugh. She is a daugh­ter of Clau­dia Cock­burn Flan­ders, who worked to im­prove ac­cess to pub­lic trans­port for peo­ple with dis­abil­i­ties. Flan­ders and her hus­band John Ar­lidge (an­other jour­nal­ist who has writ­ten for The Guardian, The Ob­server and other newspapers) have a son called Stan­ley, born in 2006, and a daugh­ter, born in 2008. In June 2007 Flan­ders pre­sented an edi­tion of BBC Radio...

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  4. Stephanie Flanders - Wiki

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    Stephanie Hope Flanders (born 5 August 1968) is a British former broadcast journalist who was the BBC economics editor for five years. In November 2013, she left the BBC for a role as J.P. Morgan Asset Management's chief market strategist for Britain and Europe.

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    Stephanie Hope Flanders (born 5 August 1968) is a British former broadcast journalist who was the BBC economics editor for five years. In November 2013, she left the BBC for a role as J.P. Morgan Asset Management's chief market strategist for Britain and Europe.

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    Stephanie Hope Flanders (born 5 August 1968) is a British former broadcast journalist who was the BBC economics editor for five years. In November 2013, she left the BBC for a role as J.P. Morgan Asset Management's chief market strategist for Britain and Europe. In June 2017, it was announced that she would return to journalism and would join ...

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    Feb 28, 2021 · — Stephanie Flanders (@MyStephanomics) February 10, 2021 Flanders: Education and Background Stephanie Flanders graduated in Economics at the London Business School. Moving on, Stephanie is not the first in her family to pursue journalism. It runs in and around her blood. She is the granddaughter of British communist journalist, Claud Cockburn.

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    — Stephanie Flanders (@MyStephanomics) February 10, 2021. Flanders: Education and Background. Stephanie Flanders graduated in Economics at the London Business School. Moving on, Stephanie is not the first in her family to pursue journalism. It runs in and around her blood. She is the granddaughter of British communist journalist, Claud Cockburn.

  10. BBC - Stephanomics: QE and the US

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    Mar 19, 2009 · Stephanie Flanders | 10:45 UK time, Thursday, 19 March 2009 We've now had two weeks of quantitative easing in the UK. But as far as the world's concerned, this is Day One.

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