Pete Lunn

Pete Lunn

Pete Lunn is an economist and former BBC journalist. Now he works for the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) in Dublin.

Pete has an unusual background for an economist, having originally trained a neuroscientist. He received a PhD in human perception from the University of London at just 24 years of age. He then spent over a decade in journalism, mostly with BBC Newsnight in London, but also in Ireland, where he was founding editor of the country s first specialist talk radio station, NewsTalk. A former English Speaking Union scholar, Pete specialises in bringing original or complex ideas to wider audiences. His work in television and radio has won several national awards. After re-qualifying as an economist, he now devotes his energies to policy research and to spreading new economic thinking.

Basic Instincts: Human Nature and the New Economics

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