CFM Talks To: Megan Greene

27 June 2022

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Megan Greene shares with us her thoughts in the latest edition of CFM Talks To... She discusses a range of topics, from central banks’ current predicament, especially vis-à-vis the US labor market, to geopolitics and the challenges facing emerging markets.

Megan is a Senior Fellow at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government at Harvard Kennedy School. She is also the Global Chief Economist at Kroll, the US-based risk consulting firm, and serves on the board of various organisations including the National Association for Business Economists, and the Parliamentary Budget Office in Ireland.

She previously held the posts of Global Chief Economist at John Hancock, Head of European Economics at Roubini Global Economics and was the Euro Crisis Expert at the Economist Intelligence Unit. Apart from regularly consulting with central banks and governments, she also writes a fortnightly column for the Financial Times and is a regular contributor on major TV and radio outlets. Megan is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and holds a B.A. from Princeton and an MSc. from Oxford.

Read the full interview here.

 

 

DISCLAIMER

THE TEXT IS AN EDITED TRANSCRIPT OF A PHONE INTERVIEW WITH MEGAN GREENE IN Q2 2022. THE VIEWS AND OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THIS INTERVIEW ARE THOSE OF MEGAN GREENE AND MAY NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT THE OFFICIAL POLICY OR POSITION OF EITHER CFM OR ANY OF ITS AFFILIATES. THE INFORMATION PROVIDED HEREIN IS GENERAL INFORMATION ONLY AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE INVESTMENT OR OTHER ADVICE. ANY STATEMENTS REGARDING MARKET EVENTS, FUTURE EVENTS OR OTHER SIMILAR STATEMENTS CONSTITUTE ONLY SUBJECTIVE VIEWS, ARE BASED UPON EXPECTATIONS OR BELIEFS, INVOLVE INHERENT RISKS AND UNCERTAINTIES AND SHOULD THEREFORE NOT BE RELIED ON. FUTURE EVIDENCE AND ACTUAL RESULTS COULD DIFFER MATERIALLY FROM THOSE SET FORTH, CONTEMPLATED BY OR UNDERLYING THESE STATEMENTS. IN LIGHT OF THESE RISKS AND UNCERTAINTIES, THERE CAN BE NO ASSURANCE THAT THESE STATEMENTS ARE OR WILL PROVE TO BE ACCURATE OR COMPLETE IN ANY WAY.

 

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