Keegan, William (James Gregory)
KEEGAN, William (James Gregory)
KEEGAN, William (James Gregory). British, b. 1938. Genres: Novels, Politics/Government, Economics. Career: Financial Times, London, England, economics correspondent, 1967-76; Bank of England, London, assistant to governor, 197677; Observer, London, economics editor, 1977-, assistant editor and business editor, 1981-83, associate editor, 1983-; member of advisory boards. Visiting professor of journalism, 1989, and honorary residential fellow, 1990, Sheffield University. Publications: FICTION: Consulting Father Wintergreen, 1974; A Real Killing, 1976. NONFICTION: (with R. Pennant-Rea) Who Runs the Economy?, 1979; Mrs. Thatcher's Economic Experiment, 1983; Britain without Oil, 1985; Mr. Lawson's Gamble, 1989; The Spectre of Capitalism: The Future of the World Economy after the Fall of Communism, 1992; 2066-and All That, 2000. Contributor to journals. Address: Observer, 119 Farringdon Rd, London EC1R 3ER, England.