Who are the editors of The Economist?

Who are the editors of The Economist?

The Economist

Cover of the 1 August 2020 issue
Owner(s) The Economist Group
Founder(s) James Wilson
Editor Zanny Minton Beddoes
Deputy editor Tom Standage

Who is The Economist’s Lexington?

David Rennie (born 1971) is a British journalist. He is a columnist for The Economist, where until September 2017 he served as the Lexington columnist (Farewell Lexington column). He is currently Beijing bureau chief and author of the Chaguan column on China.

Is The Economist American or British?

The Economist Group (legally The Economist Newspaper Limited) is a media company headquartered in London, England. It is best known as publisher of The Economist newspaper and its sister lifestyle magazine, 1843.

Who is the CEO of The Economist?

Lara Boro (Sep 2019–)The Economist Group / CEO

How much do economist journalists make?

£87,371 – £108,421.

Who is Bagehot columnist?

Adrian Wooldridge is an author and columnist.

Who is Bartleby economist?

Philip Coggan is a British business journalist, news correspondent, and author who has written for The Economist since 2006. At the paper he authors the weekly Bartleby column on work and management. He served as the writer of the Buttonwood column on finance before John O’Sullivan took over in 2018.

How does The Economist make money?

Closer to home, the magazine’s North America edition continues to show solid growth in advertising revenue as well as subscriptions. That second revenue stream is vital because the magazine’s business model depends on subs, which cost most than $120 per year.

How do I get a job at the Economist magazine?

Applicants should send an original unpublished article of up to 600 words suitable for publication in The Economist’s foreign pages, a CV and a cover letter to [email protected]. The deadline for applications is April 20th 2020. The dates and duration of the internships are flexible.

Can you work abroad for the Economist?

Why Work Abroad in Economics. Economists tend to make fairly good money wherever they work abroad, but there are far more benefits to international work experience than can be quantified by the monetary value.

What is Bagehot’s rule?

Bagehot’s dictum has been summarized by Paul Tucker as follows: “to avert panic, central banks should lend early and freely (ie without limit), to solvent firms, against good collateral, and at ‘high rates'”.