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Megan Greene
Dame DeAnne Julius Senior Fellow in International Economics at Chatham House; Senior Fellow at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government at Harvard Kennedy School


Megan E Greene was formerly the global chief economist at Manulife Asset Management, responsible for forecasting global macroeconomic trends and analyzing the potential opportunities and impacts to support the firm’s investment teams around the world. 

Megan is also a Member of the Board of Directors at the National Association for Business Economists (NABE) and serves on the advisory board of the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government at Harvard’s Kennedy School, Econofact and  Rethinking Macro. She is also on the external advisory board of the Irish government’s Public Budget Office, which offers independent consulting on all fiscal issues. Furthermore, she is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and writes a monthly column on global economics in the Financial Times.

Previously, Megan ran her own London-based economics consulting practice, Maverick Intelligence, serving clients who leveraged her analysis of economic, political and social developments and the impact these were likely to have on the global economy. Prior to Maverick Intelligence, she was director of European Economics at Roubini Global Economics and the euro crisis expert at the Economist Intelligence Unit.

Education: Princeton University, BA in Political Economy, 2001; Oxford University, Nuffield College, MSc in European Studies, 2006

Agenda Sessions

  • Keynote global economic briefing – global health, climate change and inequality: structural drivers that are bringing the house down. How the new economy is driving both and how we can respond

  • How should central banks, governments or financial markets respond to mitigating these risks of climate, global health and inequality? Policy or innovation?


Speakers at this event