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Liam Halligan is a British economist, journalist and broadcaster. Halligan is currently Chief Economist at Prosperity Capital Management - an asset management firm. Halligan is also an economics commentator. For the last seven years, he has written his “Economics Agenda” column in The Sunday Telegraph – which recently won the titles “Workworld Columnist of the Year” and “Business and Finance Journalist of the Year” at the British Press Awards. Background Halligan was educated at The John Lyon School and holds economics degrees from the Universities of Warwick and Oxford.[citation needed] Halligan’s interest in the Former Soviet Union dates back to the early 1990s, when he moved to Moscow and co-founded Russian Economic Trends – a source of data and commentary. During that period, he wrote a column in The Moscow Times and advised the Russian government. He went on to cover Russia for The Economist and The Economist Intelligence Unit. In 1996, Halligan returned to the UK to become a Political Correspondent at The Financial Times, based at the House of Commons. Halligan moved to Channel Four News – where, until 2006, he was the programme’s Economics Correspondent. During this period, he received some awards – including the World Leadership Forum's "Business Journalist of the Year" award (twice), the "Wincott Award” (three times), the Workworld "TV Programme of the Year" award (four times), and the Bradford and Bingley "Personal Finance Programme of the Year" award. He also wrote dozens of articles on economics, politics and international relations for, among others, The Wall Street Journal, The Business, The New Statesman, Prospect, House Magazine and The Parliamentary Monitor, as well as presenting Wake up to Money on BBC Radio Five Live and researching, writing and presenting a number of Dispatches and 30 Minutes documentaries for Channel Four. Halligan left Channel Four in 2006 to join The Sunday Telegraph in the newly created role of Economics Editor. Having previously been a founding board member for Prosperity Capital Management's inaugural fund, Halligan returned to Prosperity Capital Management as Chief Economist in 2007. References "Liam Halligan (Profile)". Speakers Corner. http://www.speakerscorner.co.uk/file/d059e487720e654245299ef2912d3c00/liam-halligan-speaker-finance-and-economics-international-speaker.html. Retrieved 21 May 2010.  "Liam Halligan (Profile)". Knight Ayton Management. http://knightayton.co.uk/Male-Clients/Halligan-Liam.html. Retrieved 13 June 2010.  Tryhorn, Chris (19 July 2006). "Channel 4's Halligan off to Sunday Telegraph (Article)". London: The Guardian. http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2006/jul/19/sundaytelegraph.pressandpublishing. Retrieved 13 June 2010.  "Liam Halligan (Profile)". Prosperity Capital Management. http://www.prosperitycapital.com/about-us/core-team/liam-halligan~584.aspx. Retrieved 13 June 2010.  Persondata Name Halligan, Liam Alternative names Short description Economist, journalist, broadcaster Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about a British journalist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e