Simon Kuper

Simon Kuper

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About

Simon Kuper (born in Kampala, Uganda in 1969) was educated at Oxford University and Harvard. He has been working for the Financial Times since 1994, and now writes a general column for the newspaper.
He is British but lives with his wife and three children in Paris. He is the author of several books including Football Against the Enemy (winner of the William Hill prize for Sports Book of the Year 1994), Ajax, The Dutch, The War: Football in Europe During the Second World War (2003), and – as co-author with Stefan Szymanski – Soccernomics (2009). He also writes for magazines in Japan, The Netherlands, Switzerland and other countries. He has won several awards for his journalism, ranging from the Manuel Vazquez Montalban prize for sportswriting in 2008 (sponsored by FC Barcelona) to the British Society of Magazine Editors’ prize for Columnist of the Year in 2016.

All sessions by Simon Kuper

The Economics of Politics in Sport

09 Nov 2018
22:00 - 11:00
Cleere's

The Return of Strong Man Economics

10 Nov 2018
18:00-19:15
Ormonde Kilbride

Brexit: Best Case/ Worst Case/ Likely Case

10 Nov 2018
19:45-21:00
Ormonde Kilbride