Philippe

Philippe Dauba-Pantanacce

Senior Economist, Global Geopolitical Strategist

7 articles

Meet the author

Philippe is responsible for global geopolitical economic analysis, based in London. He joined the Bank  in 2007 and was previously an economist covering the Middle East and Turkey.

Philippe is in close contact with policy makers and multilateral institutions, and comments regularly in global media. Before joining the Bank, he worked for HSBC Asset Management, for the French embassy in Washington, and in the US Congress. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in economics and a Master’s in business from the University of Paris (Dauphine), and Master’s degrees in international relations from Sciences-Po (Paris) and Columbia University. Philippe was recognised by Coalition Greenwich as one of the Most Helpful Analysts in Emerging Markets in 2021.

Insights Insights by Philippe

The political implications of COVID-19

As economies and healthcare systems struggle to cope with COVID-19, we share insights on how the coronavirus pandemic is shaping…

| 20 Apr 2020

The high-stakes elections of 2017

The French presidential elections represent the highest stakes of a busy election calendar for the first half of the year.

Trade beyond borders | 16 Feb 2017

Supply chains in a post-Brexit world – the reality check

Our expert looks at the challenge posed by Brexit to UK supply chains

Trade beyond borders | 24 Jan 2017

Trump, Brexit and European politics

Following Donald Trump’s surprise victory, which other countries in the West could see a populist regime change?

Trade beyond borders | 18 Nov 2016

Chart: the world’s most global cities

London, New York and Paris are the world’s most ‘global’ cities, but three Asian contenders could disrupt the order

Trade beyond borders | 10 Oct 2016

Chart: Brexit – lessons from the Swiss

The Swiss-EU trade deal was years in the making. The EU is unlikely to want a repeat in its post-Brexit…

Trade beyond borders | 13 Sep 2016

Chart: a climate deal with huge economic impact

Why the Paris climate deal is particularly good news for emerging markets

Trade beyond borders | 9 Aug 2016