Pippa Malmgren is an American policy analyst. She served as Special Assistant to the President of the United States for Economic Policy on the National Economic Council and is a former member of the U.S. President’s Working Group on Financial Markets. She is the founder of the DRPM Group and co-founder of H Robotics.
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Catalan nationalists want complete independence from Spain, claiming they would be much better off economically. The Spanish Government which already cedes considerable autonomy to Catalonia and its other provinces naturally does not want this to happen. Across Europe, often in wealthier regions, in Belgium, the Basque country, Bavaria and northern Italy, not to mention Scotland, […]
Between them, father and daughter, Harald and Pippa Malmgren have served as advisers to no fewer than five US Presidents: John F Kennedy, Lyndon B Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford and George W Bush. Join us for this rare and special opportunity to hear fascinating economic and political insights from the heart of the most […]
After two years of deep recession caused by depressed oil prices and a currency crisis, Vladimir Putin’s Russian Federation is now making a slow and steady economic recovery. Having traditionally cast the US as the enemy, Russia under Putin is making more conciliatory noises as Trump’s war of words escalates with China and North Korea. […]
One year on from his shock election as US President, how is Donald Trump actually doing? Leaving aside the millions of hours and pages of commentary, what has he managed to achieve with the US economy and what can he claim credit for? What should we be looking out for over the next three years […]
Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump have escalated their war of words with veiled and not-so-veiled threats of nuclear war among the personal insults, but what effect does all this have on the global economy? Most observers believe the prospect of a nuclear conflict is remote but how does it affect trade with China: a global […]
One year on from the political earthquake of Trump’s election, has he fulfilled his economic promises to the millions of blue collar workers who elected him? He’s said he’s going to take jobs back from overseas – including Ireland – and he’s withdrawn from the Paris Agreement and threatening to do the same with NAFTA. […]