Chrystia Freeland

Politics makes a comeback

By Chrystia Freeland
December 13, 2012

Prepare for the revenge of politics. For the past few decades, the quants – mathematicians, physicists and technologists – and their younger brothers, the economists, have been in the ascendant. With their mathematical models and their ability to crunch vast quantities of data, they have shaped the way businesses understand the world and operate within it.

Davos Today with Chrystia Freeland, January 27th Edition

By Chrystia Freeland
February 3, 2011

On last Thursday’s edition of Davos Today, Chrystia interviewed a top Google executive about the internet giant’s recent management shake-up; chatted with President Obama’s former chief economic adviser about the State of the Union; heard from America’s principal union leader on what lessons Germany and Japan can teach the U.S. economy; and more.  Here’s the video and the guest list:

Nouriel Roubini sees ‘the roots of the next crisis in the current one’

By Chrystia Freeland
December 8, 2010

Nouriel Roubini is #12 on on Foreign Policy’s list of the 100 Top Global Thinkers of 2010. Over the past few years, the economist at New York University says he’s been thinking most about why financial crises occur and whey they are occurring more frequently than we have expected.

Video: The next big ideas of six financial luminaries

By Chrystia Freeland
December 1, 2010

In conjunction with her essay in Foreign Policy‘s Top Global Thinkers issue, Chrystia interviewed six of the financial luminaries that made the list:

‘We can’t say they didn’t warn us’

By Chrystia Freeland
November 29, 2010

Chrystia wrote an essay for Foreign Policy’s Top 100 Global Thinkers Issue on the economists and financiers whose ideas survived the financial crisis: