Jane Gleeson-White is a writer and author of four books, including the internationally acclaimed history of accounting, Double Entry, and its sequel, Six Capitals (2020), about capitalism and climate change. Her writing on economics, sustainability and literature has been widely published, including by the Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, Bloomberg, Wired, Griffith Review, Sydney Review of Books, The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, Meanjin and Overland. She is a visiting fellow at UNSW Canberra.