What they are saying
Mr. England is periodically interviewed by members of the print, online and broadcast media for programs and stories relating to the financial industry and subjects he covers. His work is also cited by executives in government and industry, as well as experts and policy analysts. This page will link you to some of the published stories, broadcasts, public statements, and research in which Mr. England is cited, quoted or interviewed.
Everything is crashing and burning around you: Gaston author takes on financial crisis in 'Black Box Casino'
Ragan Robinson of the Gaston Gazette interviews Mr. England about his forthcoming book. "This isn’t Truman Capote’s true crime. It’s scarier because we’re all the victims," the story begins.
Testimony of Robert J. Levin, April 9, 2010
In his prepared testimony before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission on April 9, former Fannie Mae senior exeuctive Robert J. Levin quoted from an article written by Mr. England for Mortgage Banking in 2006 to describe the changes in the securitizations market that influenced strategic decisions by Fannie Mae to take on riskier assets.
China's Elderly Masses
Brandy Au writes: China's citizens are getting older, and with decades of managed population growth, the family support system is weak. What is being done to provide security for hundreds of millions of elderly? Read more of this article which quotes Mr. England and cites his book, Aging China at the link below:
Mad Max and the Meltdown
In his weekly column Wonderland, Mr. Daniel Henninger comments on Mr. England's article, "Anatomy of a Meltdown," in paragraphs five and six at this link:
A List of the Most Readable and Intriguing Books on Economics.
Economics book reviewer Gaetan Lion
has compiled a list of the 25 most readable and intriguing books on economics and the complete list has been posted on Amazon.com. Two of the 25 books (Nos. 19 and 20) on the list were written by Mr. England.
The list can be seen at this link:
The books cited are The Fiscal Challenge of an Aging Industrial World and Global Aging and Financial Markets: Hard Landings Ahead. Both books were previously reviewed on Amazon.com by Mr. Lion who rated both books 5 stars on a 5-star scale. Mr. England's books are two of only three books lin the list with a 5-star rating. Mr. England's Global Aging and Financial Markets book also received a second 5-star rating from another Amazon.com reviewer, A. Agarwal.
The China Quarterly, Volume 182, Issue 1, March 2006, pp. 182-183
Book Review by Xiaochun Qiao The China Quarterly, Volume 182, Issue 1, March 2006, pp. 182-183 Aging China: The Demographic Challenge to China’s Economic Prospects. By ROBERT STOWE ENGLAND. [Westport, CT and London: Praeger Publishers, 2005. xv_135 pp. £16.99. ISBN: 0-275-98684-5.]
This book is based on the author’s studies on China’s ageing population and on research carried out by the Global Aging Initiative at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC into the present and future impact of ageing on China.