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==Contact details==
 
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Personal website, "[http://danielbenami.com/ Ferraris for all]"
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*Twitter "[http://twitter.com/#!/danielbenami danielbenami]"
  
 
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Daniel Ben-Ami is a journalist and the author of the book Ferraris for All: In Defence of Economic Progress, in which he argues that society as a whole benefits from greater affluence and that we should celebrate growth.[1][2] He is associated with the libertarian anti-environmental LM network, having written (under the pseudonym Daniel Nassim) for The next step, (as far back as November 1984)[3] Living Marxism, the Transport Research Group, Spiked [4], Culture Wars and WORLDwrite and spoken at the Battle of Ideas and the Manchester Salon. His website links to several of the above, as well as Audacity, Big Potatoes, Future Cities Project and Novo Argumente.
Daniel Ben-Ami defending economic progress

He participated in the LM network-organised The Great Debate in October 2010, on "Is economic growth a good thing?" against Jonathon Porritt.[5]

Daniel is the Editor of Fund Strategy [6]

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Notes

  1. Future Events: The Great Debate Head to Head with Jonathon Porritt and Daniel Ben-Ami Economic Growth: Bane or Boon? 7pm, Tuesday, 19 October 2010 Gallery North, University of Northumbria, The Great Debate website, accessed 1 May 2010
  2. Previous Contributors to the Great Debate: Daniel Ben-Ami, The Great Debate website, accessed 1 May 2010
  3. Daniel Nassim 'The perfect match', Review of James Adams, The unnatural alliance: Israel and south Africa, Quartet, 1984, The next step, No. 53, November 1984, p. 21
  4. "Articles by Daniel Ben-Ami", Spiked website, accessed 2 May 2010
  5. Future Events: The Great Debate Head to Head with Jonathon Porritt and Daniel Ben-Ami Economic Growth: Bane or Boon? 7pm, Tuesday, 19 October 2010 Gallery North, University of Northumbria, The Great Debate website, accessed 1 May 2010
  6. "Biography of Daniel Ben-Ami", Fund Strategy website, accessed 3 May 2010