PETER S. GOODMAN is the European economics correspondent for The New York Times, based in London. He was previously the national economics correspondent, based in New York, where he played a leading role in award-winning coverage of the global financial crisis. As Executive Business and Global News Editor at the Huffington Post and then as Global Editor-in-Chief of the International Business Times, he transformed those sites into prize-winning purveyors of investigative reporting. His opinion columns garnered a Loeb award for commentary. 

Goodman is the author of PAST DUE: The End of Easy Money and the Renewal of the American Economy (Times Books, 2009). Over the course of his career, he has reported from more than three dozen countries, including China, Japan, Mexico and conflict zones such as Iraq, Sudan, Cambodia and East Timor. One of the first journalists to warn of the economic downturn that would burgeon into the Great Recession, Goodman has been lauded as “one of the best economic correspondents” by the Nobel laureate economist Joseph Stiglitz. He is a regular participant of the World Economic Forum in Davos and a frequent guest on British and American television and radio news programs. 

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