Gemma Tetlow

Economics Correspondent at 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.