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This blog offers up-to-date, real-time analysis on developments in the euro area debt crisis. The blog entries here provide my reactions to the evolution of this crisis as well as my forecasts for where I think this crisis is headed and what the potential end game may be. I also use this space to announce major changes in my relevant political and macroeconomic forecasts, comment on data releases and present my latest media appearances (broadcast and print media) pertaining to the eurozone debt crisis.
I am currently the chief economist at Maverick Intelligence, a company that offers advisory services to private and public sector clients based on macroeconomic and policy developments in Europe. I am also a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, a columnist at Bloomberg and a senior research fellow at Trinity College Dublin. Previously, I was the director of European economics at Roubini Global Economics and the euro crisis expert at the Economist Intelligence Unit. Prior to working as an economist, I was a political risk consultant at Oxford Analytica, an investment banking analyst at JP Morgan Chase and an advisor to the Liechtenstein royal family on eradicating money laundering in the principality’s financial services industry. I did my graduate work at Nuffield College, Oxford University and received a BA in Political Economy from Princeton University.
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