Carolina Neurath

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Carolina Neurath
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Neurath at a film premiere in Filmstaden in December 2012
Born
Anna Carolina Neurath

(1985-11-17) 17 November 1985 (age 35)
Segeltorp, Huddinge, Sweden
Alma mater Stockholm University
Poppius Journalistskola
OccupationJournalist, writer

Anna Carolina Neurath (born 17 November 1985) is a Swedish journalist and writer. She specializes in writing business articles for the newspaper Svenska Dagbladet . In 2016 her first work of fiction, Fartblinda, was published.

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Personal life

Neurath was born in 1985. [1] [2] She studied journalism at the Stockholm University Department of Journalism, Media, and Communication (JMK) and then at Poppius Journalistskola. [3] [4] [5]

She married in 2017 and has one child (born 2014). [6] [7]

Career

Neurath began her career as a reporter for the business newspaper Dagens Industri . She served as an editor on the Placera.nu website. [1] In 2011, Neurath published Den stora bankhärvan: Finansparet Hagströmer och Qvibergs uppgång och fall, a book depicting the rise and fall of HQ Bank and the reasons for its failure. [8] [9] [10]

On 19 July 2013, Neurath made a guest appearance as a "Sommarpratare" ("Summer Presenter") in the Sveriges Radio show Sommar i P1 . [11] She also participated in SVT's Sommarpratarna in October 2014. [12]

In 2014, Neurath released her second book, De svenska riskkapitalisterna (The Swedish Venture Capitalists), co-authored by Jan Almgren. [13] [14] [15] The same year, Neurath's history of acting became news when the low budget fan film Star Wars: Threads of Destiny premiered, including 2006 footage of Neurath as Princess Arianna Ad'lah. [16]

Her third book is her first work of fiction: a 2016 finance thriller called Fartblinda where a young female finance journalist attempts to uncover the business of shady financiers. [17] The rights for a TV series has been bought by FLX, a production company known for Felix Herngrens involvement. [18]

Awards

Neurath has received various awards for her work. In 2010, she and a Svenska Dagbladet colleague, Jacob Bursell, were presented with the Guldspaden journalism award in the Larger Newspapers category for their coverage of the Swedish auditing industry. [19]

Carolina Neurath at the presentation of the hosts for Sommar i P1 on 29 May 2013 Carolina Neurath 2013.jpg
Carolina Neurath at the presentation of the hosts for Sommar i P1 on 29 May 2013

In 2011, Neurath was nominated for a second Guldspaden award for her book Den stora bankhärvan: Finansparet Hagströmer och Qvibergs uppgång och fall, but did not win. [20] [21]

The same year, Neurath was named one of "Sweden's Supertalents" by the newspaper Veckans Affärer ; the Shortcut magazine included her on its list, "Årets uppstickare" ("Newcomer of the Year"). She was also named "Woman of the Year" by the newspaper Expressen . [22] [23]

In 2012, Neurath was awarded the Stora Journalistpriset for her work on the interest rate map. [24] She was also named Sweden's best business journalist by the public relations firm Halvarsson & Halvarsson in their yearly review of the financial market. [25]

In July 2013, Neurath was given the title "Powermama" of the year by the magazine Mama . [26] Additionally, she was named one of the world's best investigative journalists by the international Monocle magazine. [27]

In 2014, Neurath was also awarded the Per Wendel-pris for her work in journalism, which came with a prize of 100,000 SEK. [28]

Works

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