Emma Duncan

” The Importance of the Corporation in Shaping Human Development  “

Emma Duncan is the Editor of 1843 , the relaunch of The Economist’s high-end magazine, Intelligent Life. Renamed for the year The Economist was founded, she leads a team of 25 across editorial and commercial writers. The magazine covers the world of ideas, culture and lifestyle and its coverage goes beyond Europe to include America and Asia.

Emma Duncan is one of today’s most incisive writers and thinkers on the economics and business. She also offers an extremely well-informed overview of the global economic outlook that is especially valuable for non-specialist, non-economist audiences.

She is a clear and powerful speaker and can engage with audiences at all levels. She also moderates with ease, insight and wit, and has worked with some of the world’s top executives.

Emma Duncan has written for publications including The Times, The Sunday Times, The Evening Standard, The Daily Telegraph, Vogue and Cosmopolitan. She is the author of Breaking the Curfew, which examines Pakistan politics and society. She contributes regularly to radio and TV programs.

Credentials
* Editor, 1843
* Deputy Editor, The Economist
* Author, Breaking the Curfew

Other Economist positions:
Associate Editor
Media Editor
Asia Editor
South Asia Correspondent
Britain Editor