Daniel Franklin

editor, The World in 2009; Executive Editor, The Economist; Editor-in-Chief, Economist.com

Daniel Franklin appears in the following:

The Economist's Daniel Franklin On The Stories To Watch In 2018

Thursday, December 07, 2017

Daniel Franklin, the Executive Editor of The Economist's annual "The World In..." issue, joins us to discuss “The World in 2018.”


The World in 2013

Friday, December 07, 2012

Daniel Franklin, editor of The World in 2013, The Economist’s annual publication focused on the trends, issues and ideas that will shape the year ahead, discusses the most pressing issues of 2013, the major predictions for the year ahead, which well-known individuals are making them, how this year’s global election results affect the rest of the world.

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A Look Ahead at News and Events for 2011

Monday, December 27, 2010

As 2010 winds down, we're getting predictions for what the world will look like in 2011. All week long, we'll be talking with writers, critics, and big thinkers about topics ranging from politics to population, conflict and culture. We speak with Daniel Franklin, executive editor of the Economist and editor of the feature, “The World in 2011,” along with Joanne Lipmann, founding editor-in-cheif of Portfolio Magazine.


Predictions for 2009

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Daniel Franklin, editor of The Economist magazine, makes predictions for the world in 2009 – and explains why the magazine’s predictions for 2008 turned out to be spectacularly wrong! The World in 2009 is The Economist's annual collection of predictions for the year ahead.

Weigh in: What are ...

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The Economist's predictions for 2009 (and apologies to 2008)

Friday, December 19, 2008

For 23 years The Economist has published a special issue that predicts events of the coming year. The 2009 edition has just come out and it includes an apology from the editor-in-chie...


Predictions for 2008

Wednesday, January 02, 2008

The Economist magazine’s Daniel Franklin makes some predictions for the year ahead in 2008. He says the dollar will continue to fall, and US relations with Iran could improve.

Weigh in: What are your predictions for the world in 2008?

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