Jane Gleeson-White is the author of Double Entry: how the merchants of Venice shaped the modern world - and how their invention could make or break the planet which won the 2012 Nib Literary Award recognising excellence in literary research. Her previous works are Australian Classics and Classics. She holds a Bachelor of Economics and an honours degree in English literature from the University of Sydney, and has worked as an editor, writer and reviewer in Sydney and London since completing her degrees.
The Uncommon Reader
Molly Ringwald: When it Happens To You
Sylvia Nasar: Is the West Over and What Would Keynes say?
Research and Writing