Ian Malcolm

Senior Executive Editor-at-Large (Europe) and Senior Executive Editor for Economics (Global)

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Ian Malcolm, Senior Executive Editor-at-Large (Europe) and Senior Executive Editor for Economics (Global)

startquoteI look for books with broad international appeal because of their implications for global economics and politics or their centrality to the humanities. I work from the Press’s office in London, but I publish books in economics from around the world, including North America. In other fields, most of the authors I work with are British or European.endquote

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The Hacker and the State: Cyber Attacks and the New Normal of Geopolitics, by Ben Buchanan, from Harvard University Press

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