Jonathan Ashworth is a UK economist at Morgan Stanley. Previously he has held economist/Macro Strategy positions at Barclays Wealth and Gerrard Investment Management. He has also worked as an economist in the Productivity & Structural Reform team at Her Majesty’s Treasury, where he worked on the famous “Five Tests” of whether Britain should join the euro. He has a master’s degree in economics from Duke University and a First Class Honours degree in economics from Hull University.
Articles by Jonathan Ashworth:
Monetary targetry: Might Carney make a difference?
22 January 2013, 17900 reads
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