Ziad Daoud

Chief Emerging Markets Economist, Bloomberg Economics

Ziad Daoud is the chief emerging markets economist for Bloomberg Economics. Prior to joining Bloomberg in September 2017, he was the head of economics at QNB Group, leading a team that produced analysis on the Middle East as well as the global economy. Previously, he worked as an economist at Fulcrum Asset Management, where his research focused on the interaction between the macroeconomy and financial markets. He holds a PhD in economics from the London School of Economics and a BSc in economics and statistics from University College London.

Book Launch: A Political Economy of Free Zones in Gulf Arab States

On July 13, AGSIW hosted a discussion of Robert Mogielnicki's recent book, "A Political Economy of Free Zones in Gulf Arab States."

Low Oil Prices, Coronavirus, and the Future of Gulf Economies

On April 7, AGSIW hosted a virtual panel discussion examining the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak in the Gulf.

Downstream Horizons: What is the Future for Economic Diversification in Gulf Arab States?

This panel critically examined the current state of economic diversification initiatives in Gulf Arab states.