Sir Vince Cable is the former UK Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and former President of the UK Board of Trade. He is Honorary Professor of Economics at Nottingham University and former Chief Economist at Shell. He is the bestselling author of The Storm: The World Economic Crisis and What It Means. It was a Sunday Times bestseller with over 100,000 copies sold.
The undisputed heavyweight champion of the credit crunch in parliament'. * Robert Peston * A remarkably rounded work... Cable has produced a book that makes a serious and relevant contribution to the continuing debate about banking, infrastructure, housing, China, executive pay, short-termism and many of the other topics which continue to top the business and political agenda. * Evening Standard on After the Storm * A lucid, erudite analysis of the global economy, and Britain's place in it. * Observer on After the Storm *