Greg Ip is one of the country’s best known economics journalists. Since 2008 he has been U.S. Economics Editor of The Economist, based in Washington, D.C. where he writes about monetary, fiscal and regulatory policy, the economic outlook, and economic trends. Greg’s work appears each week in the magazine, usually in the United States or Finance & Economics sections, and on The Economist’s economics blog, Free Exchange. He appears regularly on radio and television, including National Public Radio and the PBS Newshour, and is a regular on-air contributor to CNBC, the country’s leading business news channel. From 1996 to 2008 Greg wrote for The Wall Street Journal, eventually as Chief Economics Correspondent. He is the author of The Little Book of Economics: How the Economy Works in the Real World (Wiley, 2010). Greg is also available for speeches. You can reach him by emailing gregip (at) economist.com.