William Oman works for Roubini Global Economics in London, covering Western Europe. He has dual French-American citizenship and holds an MPA from the London School of Economics and a BA in Economics from McGill University. Previously, he worked on fiscal sustainability indicators at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in Paris, on energy policy at the California-based Breakthrough Institute, and as an economics research assistant at McGill University. His interests include macroeconomics and income dynamics, the political economy of economic development, and international finance.
Recent Blog Posts by William Oman
- RGE’s William Oman Interviewed on Ireland’s Exit From EU-IMF Bailout
- Europe’s Destructive Creation: Why the Euro’s Biggest Problem is the Flawed Crisis Narrative
- Mr. Draghi, Mr. Arnault, and Europe’s Gordian Knot
- Angela’s Ashes: Could a Slowdown in German Growth Save the Euro?
- The Quiet Revolution
- Europe’s Perfect Storm: When Possibility Meets Actuality
- The (Debt) Hangover – Part II
- A Durable Recession?
- China, the West, and the Rebalancing of Global Growth