Nonresident Senior Fellow, Global Business & Economics Program
TopicsEU, Eurozone, International Financial Institutions, US and European Financial Regulation, US and International Capital Markets
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February 08, 2014Global Business and Economics Program Senior Fellow Megan Greene writes for Bloomberg Opinion on the battle brewing between the European Central Bank and Germany's Constitutional Court:
January 23, 2014Global Business and Economics Program Senior Fellow Megan Greene joins NPR's Morning Edition to discuss Spain's economic recovery:
October 01, 2013Global Business & Economics Program Senior Fellow Megan Greene writes for Bloomberg View on political discord in Italy and the impact the conflict could have on the relative calm within the eurozone:
September 16, 2013Europe-watchers can all thank the upcoming German elections on September 22 for the quietest summer since the outbreak of the eurozone crisis in 2010. While the German election campaign has focused mainly on domestic issues, it has brought policymaking across…
July 09, 2013On July 9, 2013, Megan Greene, senior fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Global Business and Economics Program hosted a discussion with European Central Bank (ECB) executive board member Jörg Asmussen and Hugo Dixon, editor-at-large for Reuters News, on the critical role…
Megan Greene is a nonresident senior fellow with the Global Business & Economics Program at the Atlantic Council.
She is also the chief economist at Maverick Intelligence, which advises governments and companies on political, policy, and macroeconomic developments. She also writes a weekly column with Bloomberg and is a visiting senior research fellow at Trinity College Dublin.
Previously, Greene was the director of European economic research at Roubini Global Economics, served as the euro area crisis expert at the Economist Intelligence Unit, worked at JP Morgan Chase & Co., and served as an adviser to the Liechtenstein royal family.
She is a graduate of Princeton University and of Nuffield College, Oxford University. Greene is based in London but travels regularly to the continent and to the United States for work.