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Fabian Tassano was born on 18 May, 1963. Discover Fabian Tassano’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?
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In 2019 Tassano published a collection of essays entitled The Ideology of the Elites.
Mediocracy received favourable reviews from a number of online commentators. Johnathan Pearce of the libertarian website Samizdata called it ‘a rather fine book’. Curtis Yarvin described it as ‘a comprehensive and witty dictionary’. Tassano’s pejorative use of the term ‘mediocracy’ has, however, been contested; a 2016 paper in the Oxford Handbook series criticises it, describing the book as ‘reactionary’.
Tassano analyses the ideological content of modern culture in general in Mediocracy: Inversions and Deceptions in an Egalitarian Culture (2006), characterized by Patrick Minford as a book that ‘delightfully dissects the language of modern egalitarianism and political correctness’. The book argues that both ‘dumbing down’ in the popular media, and the obscurantism prevalent in academic discourse, are manifestations of the same underlying ideology: one which appears egalitarian but in reality is designed to privilege a paternalistic elite and exclude those who might criticise it.
From 2000 to 2002 he was a senior economist at PricewaterhouseCoopers in London, working on transfer pricing policy.
In 1995 Tassano published The Power of Life or Death: Medical Coercion and the Euthanasia Debate. The book had a Foreword by Thomas Szasz, an American psychiatrist known for his libertarian views on mental illness, and was described by the philosopher Antony Flew as ‘intellectually first-class’.
From 1994 to 2000 he held College Lecturerships in Economics, successively at Jesus College, Balliol College, St. Peter’s College and Pembroke College.
From 1992 to 2000 he was first a postgraduate student, and subsequently college lecturer in economics, at the University of Oxford. He carried out research on vertical integration policy in the UK and Germany, and on the economic effects of vertical mergers, for which he was awarded a doctorate by Oxford in 1998.
In 1991 he qualified as a Chartered Accountant, having trained first at Grant Thornton and subsequently at KPMG Peat Marwick. He came tenth nationally in the Institute of Chartered Accountants’ qualifying exam. He also qualified as a chartered tax accountant with the Institute of Taxation.
Tassano studied Natural Sciences at Churchill College, Cambridge, specialising in Physics and Philosophy of Science. He graduated with a First in 1984, winning the Bronowski Prize.
Tassano was born in Munich to German parents. He changed his original family name of Wadel to Tassano on the marriage of his mother to Michael Tassano, a Major in the British Army. He has lived in the United Kingdom as a British citizen since 1973. In 2003, his mother’s marriage to Michael Tassano having been annulled, he formally reverted to the surname Wadel, while maintaining the name Fabian Tassano for publications.
Fabian Michael Wadel (born 18 May 1963), known professionally as Fabian Tassano, is an economist and author, known for his radical views on the medical profession, and for his critique of ideological aspects of modern culture.