Dr Daniel Franklin

Economics Speaker

Daniel is a leading writer and commentator on the world’s political, economic and business developments. He has spent the past 23 years observing, analysing and forecasting global economic developments and interpreting the impact of political and economic forces on business. Daniel served successively as The Economist’s Europe Editor, Britain Editor and Washington Bureau Chief, before spending a decade as Editorial Director of the Economist Intelligence Unit. In July 2006 he became Executive Editor of The Economist.

In Daniels ten years at the Economist Intelligence Unit he directed editorial operations in London, Vienna, New York, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing. In his current role, he is both a leading member of The Economist’s editorial team and Editor-in-Chief of the rapidly growing Economist.com. Within the Economist Group, Daniel contributes to the intellectual debate on key global events.

Since 2003, Daniel has also been Editor of The World in ….., an annual yearbook of global predictions published by The Economist. Daniel has contributed to a wide range of Economist Group publications including The Economist itself and various Economist Intelligence Unit country reports and forecasts.

Hear Daniel Speak at The Commonwealth – Business Advantages and Opportunities event on 4 April at Commonwealth House.

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