Arjun Ramani is The Economist’s global business & economics correspondent. He has written covers on venture capital (“Adventure Capitalism”), economic policy (“Enter Third Wave Economics”) and global tech competition (“Mothering Invention”).
Prior, he worked on an emerging markets trading desk at Citadel. Arjun’s economics research on the “Donut Effect” of Covid-19 on America’s largest cities has been covered by Bloomberg, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal among other papers.
Arjun graduated with honors from Stanford University where he studied economics and computer science and was a Kennedy Prize winner.