Vince Cable

Vince Cable

British Liberal Democrat Politician & Economist

The Vince Cable speeches divulge into topics related to economics, and how long-term growth can be achieved through innovation. Cable is a British Liberal Democrat politician and economist; he serves as the Business Secretary in the coalition cabinet of David Cameron. Cable holds a Natural Science and Economics degree from Cambridge University, and also achieved a PhD from Glasglow University.

Prior to his role in politics, he worked as Treasury Finance Office for the Kenya Government from 1966 to 1968. Between 1974 and 1976 he worked as a first secretary in the Diplomatic Service in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Other roles he held include, acting as the Deputy Director of Overseas Development Institute, and also worked as a Special Advisor on Economic Affairs for Sir Sonny Ramphal. In the early 90s Cable was Shell’s Chief Economist; he joined the Liberal Democrat Shadow Cabinet in 1999.

Cable is also an author with several published titles such as ‘Protectionism and Industrial Decline,’ which was his first book released in 1983; and most recently, ‘Tackling the Fiscal Crisis: A Recovery Plan for the UK (Reform),’ in 2009.

The Vince Cable speeches are sure to provide valuable insights into the state of the global economy.

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