Gemma Tetlow

Economics Correspondent, Financial Times

Gemma Tetlow is Economics Correspondent at the Financial Times. Before joining the Financial Times, Gemma spent 11 years at the Institute for Fiscal Studies - Britain's leading microeconomic research institute - where she led the Institute's work on pensions and public finances. Gemma holds a PhD in economics from University College London and an MSc and BSc from the Univerity of Warwick.

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