Martin Wolf is chief economics commentator and associate editor at The Financial Times. He is one of foremost economic commentators in the world. He has been called “arguably the most trusted pundit of the current economic crisis.” Politicians, economists and business leaders sing his praise: Larry Summers, former Director of President Obama’s National Economic Council, called him “probably the most deeply thoughtful and professionally informed economic journalist in the world at this point.” Harvard economist Kenneth Rogoff gushed “He really is the premier financial and economics writer in the world.” Mohamed El Erian, CEO of PIMCO, the world’s biggest bond investor was equally glowing: “He is, by far, the most influential economic columnist out there. His columns are eagerly anticipated.”
We’re very happy, then, to have the opportunity to put some of your ideas to Martin Wolf next week. We’ll be interviewing him during the week of 29 August for Debating Europe, and would love to get his reactions to some of your suggestions. Send us your ideas / questions for Martin Wolf in the comments below, or in our forum, on Twitter, Facebook or by email.
We’re particularly interested in your ideas for solving the European financial crisis. Should we abandon the Eurozone? Introduce a Financial Transaction Tax? Do we need stronger economic governance? Should Greece leave the Euro? Or perhaps Germany? Let us know what you think, and we’ll ask one of the world’s leading economic commentators to respond.