Author Image for Marina Gerner

Marina Gerner


Marina has a PhD in globalisation and the media from the London School of Economics, where she worked as a teaching assistant on the MSc Global Media. In 2014 she was invited to be a visiting scholar at Columbia University's sociology department in New York.

She has written for the Economists’ Intelligent Life magazine, the Financial Times, the Times Literary Supplement, and Standpoint magazine in the UK; the New York Observer in the US; and die Bild and Frankfurter Rundschau in Germany. She is trilingual and lives in London. She writes features and is the markets editor at MoneyWeek..

Articles written by Marina Gerner

Germany’s equity culture recovers

Many Germans burnt their fingers badly in the stockmarket in the late 1990s, and have continued to be wary of equities. But now, lousy returns on savings accounts have clearly started to irritate people and promote risk-taking.

26/04/2019 26/04/2019 26/04/2019

China’s economy is moving up a gear

Last year, China’s economy suffered from the trade war with the US and the stockmarket was slumping. So Beijing decided to switch gears and stimulate the economy once again. It appears to be working.

25/04/2019 19/04/2019 19/04/2019 19/04/2019 12/04/2019 12/04/2019 12/04/2019
Showing page 1 of 18