Claire Casey is Global Managing Director of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Public Policy Practice. There she manages teams on three continents, generating evidence-based insights to inform internal strategy and external engagement for governments, international institutions, corporations, foundations, and NGOs around the world. The practice specializes in research and analysis of current and prospective market, policy, and security developments, with a focus on thought leadership, global benchmarking, strategic foresight, and translating analytical insights into actionable intelligence.
Prior to joining the EIU, she founded FP Analytics, the research and analysis division of the FP Group, publisher of Foreign Policy Magazine. At FP, Casey developed a thought leadership platform for clients on issues ranging from aging societies to global economic disruption. Previously, she was Managing Director of Garten Rothkopf, where she built an energy, climate, and economics policy advisory practice serving Fortune 100 corporations. Her work has appeared in the Financial Times, International Economy, Americas Quarterly, the Daily Beast, and Foreign Policy. She holds a Masters Degree in International Relations and International Economics from The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and a BA in International Politics and Economics from Middlebury College.