Jane Gleeson-White is the author of four books, including Six Capitals or Can Accountants Save the Planet? (2015) and Double Entry: How the merchants of Venice created modern finance (2012). Six Capitals was nominated for 2015 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards. Double Entry won the 2012 Nib Literary Award for excellence in writing and research and was shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards, the Age Book of the Year and the Queensland Literary Awards. She has a Bachelor of Economics with a Double Major in Politics and a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in English. Her other books are about literature: Classics (2005) and Australian Classics (2007).