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is a Scottish historian and works as a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution.Previously, he was a senior research fellow at Jesus College, Oxford, a visiting professor at the New College of the Humanities, and also taught at Harvard University and New York University. Ferguson received a demyship (highest scholarship) at Magdalen College, Oxford.From 1990 to 1992 he was an official fellow and lecturer at Peterhouse, Cambridge.He then became a fellow and tutor in modern history at Jesus College, Oxford, where in 2000 he was named a professor of political and financial history.At that time, he was a leader writer for The Daily Telegraph and a regular book reviewer for The Daily Mail.In the summer on 1989, while travelling in Berlin, he wrote an article for a British newspaper with the provisional headline “The Berlin Wall is Crumbling,” but it was not published.In 2011, he set up Greenmantle LLC, an advisory business specializing in macroeconomics and geopolitics.
In the second lecture, The Darwinian Economy, Ferguson reflects on the causes of the global financial crisis, and erroneous conclusions that many people have drawn from it about the role of regulation, and asks whether regulation is in fact "the disease of which it purports to be the cure".
In May 2012, the BBC announced Niall Ferguson was to present its annual Reith Lectures – a prestigious series of radio lectures which were first broadcast in 1948.
These four lectures, titled The Rule of Law and its Enemies, examine the role man-made institutions have played in the economic and political spheres.
Ferguson writes and speaks about international history, economic and financial history and British and American imperialism. While there he wrote the 90-minute student film The Labours of Hercules Sprote, played double bass in the jazz band Night in Tunisia, edited the student magazine Tributary, and befriended Andrew Sullivan, who shared his interest in right-wing politics and punk music.
Ferguson ascribes his decision to read History at University instead of English Literature to two main factors: Leo Tolstoy's reflections on History at the end of War and Peace (which he read at the age of fifteen), and his great admiration of historian A. Ferguson studied in 19 as a Hanseatic Scholar in Hamburg and Berlin.