Financial writer covering trade and globalization Education: Yale University, MA in international relations, 1983; Wesleyan University, BA in government, 1981 David J. Lynch joined The Washington Post in November 2017 from the Financial Times, where he covered white-collar crime. He was previously the cybersecurity editor at Politico and a senior writer with Bloomberg News, focusing on the intersection of politics and economics. Earlier, he followed the global economy for USA Today, where he was the founding bureau chief in both London and Beijing. He covered the wars in Kosovo and Iraq, the latter as an embedded reporter with the U.S. Marines, and was the paper’s first recipient of a Nieman fellowship at Harvard University. He has reported from more than 60 countries. Honors & Awards:
Nieman fellowship at Harvard University, 2002
Books by David J. Lynch:
When The Luck of The Irish Ran Out: The World's Most Resilient Country and Its Struggle To Rise Again
The Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index has risen more than 50 percent since March and is on the verge of completing the fastest rebound from a bear market in history, but the economy continues to struggle with the coronavirus pandemic.
The little-known, Singapore-based company had to improvise when the coronavirus started spreading in China to make sure their operations didn't collapse. Its journey through the pandemic illuminates how globalization could evolve.