Keynote Speaker Category: Brexit, China, Climate Change, Economics, Future of Europe, Geopolitics, Global impact of Putin's war, Post Pandemic, Ukraine,
Martin Wolf is the chief economics commentator with the Financial Times. In his talks he focusses primarily on the global economy.
At the moment he is predominantly focussing on Putin’s war and its impact on the world, but especially within the eurozone. He believes the invasion of Ukraine will remake our current world as we know it but at the moment he is uncertain as to the full impact. He believes it demands a concerted global economic response in order to get through it. There are many ramifications, not only the huge surge of refugees across Europe, mainly in Poland but also the loss of exports of cereals, fertilisers and metals from Russia and Ukraine. How the current economic policy will control inflation. The impact of globalisation, with the emergence of geopolitical divisions between the west, on the one hand, and Russia and China, on the other.
For Martin’s full Bio see below but also to keep current on Martin Wolf’s articles, please check out the Financial Times.
- The Crisis of Democratic Capitalism
- Why Globalization Works (Yale University Press, 2004),
- Fixing Global Finance (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008 and 2010).
- The Shifts and the Shocks: What We’ve Learned and Have Still to Learn – from the Financial Crisis (Penguin, 2014 and 2015).
- Martin is an expert Speaker on Climate change. Check out his recent article, Humanity is a cuckoo in the planetary nest
- In his article Martin Wolf discusses the economic fall-out from the coronavirus pandemic. In an exclusive interview with Perfil Jorge Fontevecchia at the Buenos Aires Times. https://www.batimes.com.ar/news/world/martin-wolf-this-is-potentially-a-hinge-moment-in-history.phtml
- Podcast – The world after the pandemic
- Financial times – The threat of long economic Covid looms
- With right policies, India can be most attractive place for FDI, says FT columnist Martin Wolf
Martin Wolf: Leading Voice on Global Economics and Financial Systems
Martin Wolf is a renowned expert on European and global economies, offering a unique perspective that provides invaluable insights into our complex financial systems. With authoritative knowledge and extensive experience, he sheds light on the economic relationships that underpin our world, delving into lessons learned and future prospects for Europe, the United States, and beyond.
Recognized as one of the most influential economics commentators in Britain and the world, Martin holds the positions of Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator at the Financial Times, London. Through his regular columns, he covers a wide range of economically relevant topics, including global, European, and British economies; monetary policies; populism; Brexit; the future of the eurozone; globalization; challenges facing China and India; the global financial system; technological change; climate change economics; corporate governance reform; and the future of universities.
Having been honored with a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) for his remarkable contributions to financial journalism, Martin brings practical experience to his writings. He served as a member of the UK government’s Independent Commission on Banking and worked as a senior economist at the World Bank’s division of international trade for ten years. Martin is also a Forum Fellow at the World Economic Forum in Davos, where he moderates discussions and is a member of its International Media Council. Additionally, he has advised governments and international organizations on trade and economic integration.
Martin Wolf is the author of highly acclaimed books that explore economics and globalization. His publications include “Why Globalization Works,” which examines the benefits of globalization, and “Fixing Global Finance,” which provides insights into the development of the global financial crisis and suggestions for enhancing future financial stability. His book “The Shifts and the Shocks: What We’ve Learned and Have Still to Learn – from the Financial Crisis” analyzes the lessons from the global financial crisis. His latest work, “The Crisis of Democratic Capitalism,” offers a compelling perspective on the current challenges facing democratic capitalism.
Recognized with numerous prestigious awards for his outstanding journalism, Martin’s accolades include the Overseas Press Club of America’s prize for “best commentary on international news,” the James Cameron Memorial Award, and an honorary fellowship by the European International Business Academy. He has also received accolades from the US Society of Business Writers and Editors, the Ludwig Erhard Stiftung, and the Comment Awards, among others.
With his rigorous thinking, deep insights, and engaging wit, Martin Wolf captivates audiences with his thought-provoking presentations. His ability to dissect complex economic concepts and deliver them in an accessible manner ensures that listeners gain valuable knowledge and perspectives on today’s economic landscape.