Chief Economist at The Globalist Research Center
Daniel Bachman is the Former Chief Economist at The Globalist Research Center — as well as the Former Economics Editor at The Globalist.
Mr. Bachman’s focus is on presenting innovative economic policy ideas to key global audiences — including policy professionals, journalists, corporate audiences and citizens at all levels of knowledge and sophistication.
Before joining The Globalist in 1999, Mr. Bachman served as Director of Global Services Consulting and Director of U.S. Short-Term Forecasting at WEFA, a major economic forecasting company.
Before that, Mr. Bachman was an Assistant Professor in Temple University’s Economics Department, and has also worked for Israel’s Ministry of Finance.
Mr. Bachman holds an M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from Brown University and a B.A. in Political Economy from the Johns Hopkins University.
Areas of expertise
Mr. Bachman is available for interviews on the following topics: