* Key title We are bombarded with images of poverty, terrorism, war and collapsing states. Do we ever question what the root cause of these problems might be? Noreena Hertz, one of the world's leading experts on economic globalization, tackles Third World Debt as a problem which must be resolved if we are ever to see global stability. * Announcing the publication of a major new title in the Naomi Klein, Michael Moore, Fast Food Nation market * Noreena's previous book, The Silent Takeover was a major critical and commerical success * A major publicity sensation will surround publication, from reviews and features across the press to TV and radio appearances
Noreena Hertz was recently voted one of the 'Best Young British' in the New Statesman. She is currently Associate Director at the Centre for International Business and Management at Cambridge University. With the critically acclaimed publication of THE SILENT TAKEOVER, she has become recognised as a leading expert on economic globalization. Her op ed pieces have appeared in the Observer, the Guardian and the Financial Times. She wrote and presented Channel 4's curtain raiser for the coverage of the 2001 British general election. She has appeared on Question Time, Newsnight, Start the Week, The World at One, amongst others, and has been profiled in numerous publications. Noreena also regularly takes part in debates and panels with leading public figures.
Praise for THE SILENT TAKEOVER: 'Noreena Hertz's THE SILENT TAKEOVER is the most compelling description yet of the new world and what it means, and a call to arms to every citizen to reassert an idea of the public realm.' Will Hutton 'Noreena Hertz is one of the world's leading young thinkers.' Observer